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LION 1982 



Volume 53 




Liberty Union High School 

850 Second Street 
Brentwood, Cdlifornia 94513 



Published by the 

Annual Staff 

of 

Liberty Union High School 




Walk With Us Through . . . Lion '82 



Bdrn Dance, Homecoming Help Students Have Fun 




RUBEN GARCIA shows oH GINA GONZALEZ and Rick Barroso attempt 
Fredericks at its best during to blow bubbles during Homecoming Activi- 
Spint Week. ties on the football held. 





RUNNING through the hay located behind Stonebarger 
Gymnasium are Glenn Sheppard and Gina Bowers. The 
Barn Dance is sponsored annually by the FFA. 



MR. DON LOPEZ is hitching Walt Matten and Tammy Sher- 
man in the marriage booth at the Barn Dance in early October. 



LISA DEFERMERY slides m the 
mud alter working at a flower party 
on Saturday. 





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TERRI LORENZETTI is one of the guardian angels 
and sings to the football players at the Homecoming 
Rally. 



SENIOR CLASS mem- 
bers show their spirit 
during a rally. 




MRS. SUE CHURCHILL ■pigs-out" m the watermelon eat- 
ing contest during Homecoming activities on the football 
field before the rally. 




SHOWING OFF his fa- 
vorite hat and T-shirt is 
Mr. Mike Schrader. 




MR BILL BATZE and his BRAD NORTHAM and THE SENIOR CLASS is "trying'' to 
first lunch group head for Dennis Osbourn, alias build a pyramid during Homecom- 

the cafeteria. the Blues Brothers. mg activities. 






Pdjdmd's Day Delights Most Students, Staff 





GUARDIAN ANGELS for the varsity football team, 
Tern Lorenzetti and Julie Biddle do a skit to Chipmunk 
Punk. 





THIS mysterious KKK member 
was seen on campus during 
Homecoming Week. 



SHOWING his spirit, 
Chris Roberts dresses 
up. 



TEN junior class mem- 
bers try to win the pyra- 
mid race. 





OUR NEW DEAN, Mr. Mike 
Schrader, shows his Homecoming 
spirit by dressing up in his pajamas. 



HA VING nothing better to 
do, Shelley St. John plays 
with a greased pumpkin. 



AIMEE VASTA shows SCOTT JOKSCH drives the 
what typical sopho- Booster Club pep car in the 
mores do in the mud. parade. 




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Booster Club 






Gudrdidn Angels Help With Football Spirit 




IT LOOKS LIKE Mr. Bill 
Baize woke up on the wrong 
side ol the bed. 



BILL SNOW, grand marshall 
for 81, waves during the pa- 
rade. 




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MARSHAL 
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LISA SMITH and Shea Rab- 
bins give it their best during the 
three-legged race. 



M.C. Mike Murphy talks to one of 
Campolindo's bottom ten at the ral- 

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THIS IS lust one ol the many posters 
that the class ol 83 displayed on Poster 
Day. 



Snow Is Selected As 1981 Grand Marshall 




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Students Select Ashby As Homecoming Queen 






HOMECOMING King Ruben DENEEN KEENEY is posing SHANNON THOMAS awaits 
Garcia stands with last year's with her father on Ohm- anxiously for the parade and 
king, Dino Melgoza. stede Field. activities to begin. 



WENDY ASHBY smiles for the camera NANCY GEMETTI, Chante Kurtz, and 
after being announced Homecoming Sheila Bacchini await happily for half- 
Queen for 1981. time. 





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WAITING FOR the parade to 
start, Angle Gallegos smiles 
for the camera. 



POSING dunng halftime is 
Kathy DeFremery and her fa- 
ther. 




HOLLY MIKKELSON 
seems to blend with the 
background before the 
parade begins. 




MR. FRAZIER escorts his 
daughter, Charisse, at 
Homecoming. 




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Students Enjoy Annual Homecoming Activities 





DEBBIE VETTER and friends walk towards the 
Student Activity Center after ttie passing bell 
rang. 

LORI BERNAL chats with Becky Hastings while she 
cuddles next to Luis Diaz on "Senior Bench" at 
lunch-time. 




BONNIE NELSON, Cindy Boudreau, and ERIC WEEKS. Jenny Conn, and Mitch 

a friend stop and talk about what they are Redden, smile for the photographer at 




going to do. 



lunch-time. 




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LORI WALKER stops and talks to Mr. Schrader about school business 
in between classes. This is Schrader 's first year here as Dean of 
Students. 




KIM BETZ and Cathy Hal- 
ford didn 't have time to get 
dressed. 




CHRIS HEINL ' 'trys" to say he s 
perfect as he smiles lor the 
camera. 




Camera. Captures School Community At Ease 





DOUG SIMPSON talks to his friends by his 
locker located m the west end of Nash Hall. 



KIM KAMBESTAD, Julie Wmthrop, Kris Appleby. 
Diane Strunk, and Christy Jefferson are all talking of 
the day's events. 



TALKING over "Block L " busi- 
ness is Ms. Axelgard, Shannon 
Thomas, and Tavane Mason. 




SUSAN ZAHN looks as if she is really enjoying her ice- 
cream sandwich in the Student Activity Center on a warm 
day. 




KIM ST JOHN at her •'best", along with 
other rowdy seniors, sits outside when 
weather permits. 




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Classes 


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Sports 


68 


Activities 


116 


Curriculum 


148 


Ads 


160 




Walk With Us Through 



CLASSES 



Led by David Winthrop, president; Charisse Frazier, vice-president; Cheryl Richards, secretary; Rob Brandt, 
treasurer (second semester); Andrea Helecker, treasurer (first semester); and Mr. EUrie Von Schopp and Mrs. 
Doreen Forlow, advisors; the Class of 1982 had a busy final year. Starting with a third place finish in the float 
competition at Homecoming to graduation under overcast skies, the seniors kept busy. 

At the start of their final year the class treasury was at a low point and money was needed if the seniors were to 
have their traditional dance. With some outside advice and help from a substitute teacher the class sold over 250 
Liberty Lion hats. Selling candy and mums helped the class put more bucks away and a highly successful 
Homecoming Dance swelled the treasury even more. 

With a theme of ' Sweet Dreams" the Senior Ball was held in an unusual location. For the first time, the Turf Club 
at Golden Gate Field was utilized by a Liberty graduating class for the Senior Ball. With good food, a DJ and a 
band, the seniors enjoyed the evening and everyone talked about how nice it was. 

Walking back through the other three years for the Class of '82 we find them as freshmen with Ruben Garcia, 
president; Kathy deFremery, secretary; Brent Cannon, vice-president; Julie Winthrop, treasurer; and advisors Mr. 
Bob Baclig and Mrs. Sue Anderson. They sponsored a Valentine Dance and sold candy this first year to raise 
money. 

As sophomores, they elected all girl officers with Chris Boardman, president; Angle Gallegos, vice-president; 
Kathy deFremery, secretary; Janine Ornelas, treasurer; with Mrs. Barbara Brown as a new advisor with Mr. Baclig. 
They placed third in the float competition and joining with the Class of '81 sponsored the Soph Hop/Junior Prom 
and elected Kathy deFremery and Luis Diaz gueen and king respectfully. 

Sandy Secrest, president; Julie Winthrop, vice-president; Margarita Martinez, secretary; Andrea Helecker, 
treasurer; were the officers for the Class of '82 in their junior year. Mr. Schopp and Mrs. Forlow became new 
advisors committed to the idea that they would be with the class as advisors through graduation. The class sold pom- 
poms and M&M'S and sponsored the Sadie Hawkins turnabout dance to raise money. They captured second place 
in the float competition during the Homecoming Parade. 

The Class of 1982 was guided by Terry Glenn, president; Alana Roderick, vice-president; Diane Kruger, 
secretary; Yvonne Branscum, treasurer; and Mrs. Jeannie Glenn and Mr. Jerry Black, advisors. The juniors had 
several successful candy sales and won second place in the float competition at Homecoming as well as winning the 
Spirit Trophy. They also sold balloons at football games to raise money. 

Led by second time president, Aimee Vasta, the Sophomore Class had a very successful year. For fund raisers the 
class sold 200 cases of candy, almost 250 flowers on Homecoming Day, hosted several bake raffles at basketball 
games, sponsored the Sadie Hawkins Dance and held a car wash. Assisted by Manette Joksch, vice-president; Lisa 
deFremery, secretary; Shelly St. John, treasurer; and advisors, Mr. Bill Batze and Mrs. Sue Churchill (replaced Mrs. 
lean Noble in November); the sophomores won the Homecoming float competition for the second straight year. 

In the spring, the classes of '83 and '84 co-sponsored the highly successful Soph Hop/Junior Prom where Mike 
Miller and Shelly St. John were crowned king and gueen. 

Starting their first year at Liberty the Class of 1985 were led by Patrick Grimes, president; Kina Gray, vice- 
president; Carla Lorenzetti, secretary; Gina Andronica, treasurer; and advisors, Mrs. Chris Weber and Mr. Bruce 
Campion. The class had a candy sale and car wash to help raise money. 

WALK WITH US THROUGH the classes and their many different moods. 



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ALICE ADAMS 
Nurses Assistant 
RANDALL ALLEN 
Annual Staii Photographer 
GENEVA ALVARARDO 



ORLANDA ALVES 

TONY AMARAL 

Varsity Baseball, All League Baseball, Varsity Basketball, Block 

L, JV Baseball, IV Basketball, FFA. Frosh Basketball 

JOHN AMBROSE 

Varsity Football 



ADAM ARBOGAST 
FFA, Student Government 
MILAGROS ARGUETA 

Azteca Club, Student oi Month, IWE Human Relations Day, 
Journalism 
BOBBY ARTEAGA 

Block L, Boys' Tennis, Spanish Club, Playmakers, JV Basket- 
ball, Soccer, Varsity Track, Student of the Month, Taming of the 
Shrew 



JANET AQUINO 

JENNIFER ANNETTE ARTERBERRY 
English IWE, Science IWE, Office Assistant, Honor Roll 
WENDY IRENE ASH BY 

Homecoming Queen, Sophomore Hop Queen Runner-up, Ral- 
ly Squad, JV Cheerleader, Mascot, Pep Club, Varsity Softball, 
Most Valuable Player Softball, Parker-Robb Super-Sport 
Award, JV Softball, Girls' JV Basketball, Cross Country, Block L 



SHEILA BACCHINI 
FFA, Parlie Pro Team 
CURTIS BAKKER 
PAMELA J. BARBE 

JV Softball, Honor Roll, Man of La Mancha, Curriculum Com- 
mittee 




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Bdrr Stars In Many Playmaker Productions 




JENNY BARE 

Student Government, Commissioner of Curriculum, Choir 
Club, Playmakers, French Club, Curriculum Committee, Hon- 
or Roll, Girls' Ensemble. A Capella Choir, Band HI, Chamber 
Singers, Choir Club President, Playmakers Secretary, French 
Club Vice-president, Choir Club Historian, Choir Club Public- 
ity Chairman, Man ol La Mancha, Pippin, Crawling Arnold, 
Gypsy, Brown Bag, Taming at the Shrew, Hagar's Children, 
Parcel Pick-up, Student Council, Cal State Honor Choir 
KENT BEAVERS 
Honor Roll, Cralts, Math IWE 
PATRICIA BEECH 
FFA. FFA Sential, Secretary. Chaplin. JV Football Charter 



KEVIN BELL 

Commissioner of Curriculum, Curriculum Committee, Chair- 
man of Curriculum Committee, Chairman of PRfDE Commit- 
tee, Student Government, Honor Roll, A Capella Choir. Boys' 
Tennis, JV Basketball, Homecoming Committee, Health IWE 
TA WN ILENE BERG 

Scholastic Top Ten, Lile CSF, CSF. Honor Roll, Varsity Swim- 
ming, Block L 
TROY BERG 



TAMMY BIRCH 

RANDAE BITHER 

Peer Tutor 

JOSEPH BORGES 

FFA. Honor Roll. Ag IWE. FFA Sentinal. Historian 



KIM BOUDREAU 

Office Assistant. Pep Club, Honor Roll 
JUDY LYNN BOYD 

Choir Club, Honor Roll, Special Ed. IWE, Nurses Office Assis- 
tant, Library IWE 
ROB BRANDT 

JV Football, Fresh Football, Honor Roll, Student Government, 
Library IWE 




JENNY BARR is acosted by Pat Mam in the Play- 
maker's production of Taming of the Shrew. This 
Senior Class member was in many plays during her 
four years at Liberty. 



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SCOTT KING and Pat Emerson dress up 
as FBI men during the Homecoming 
Week. They were trying to earn points lor 
their class lor the Spirit Trophy. 



BRIAN BROOKS 

Varsity Football JV Football, Frosh Football, FFA 

KEVIN BROWN 

GREGG D. BRYANT 



ANTHONY BUCKLER III 

Frosh Basketball, Frosh-Soph Track, IV Basketball, Varsity 
Track, Band HI, Band Council-, Brass Rep., Best Bandsman 
1979-1980, Chamber Singers, Taming of the Shrew, Honor 
Roll, Block L. 
MIKE J. BYRON 

Varsity Wrestling, JV Wrestling, JV Football, Frosh Football, 
FFA 

ROSALIE GOMEZ CABRAL 

Girls' Track Team, Girls' Varsity Basketball, Girls' JV Basket- 
ball, Cross Country, Block L, Girls' Track Captain 



BRENT CANNON 

Block L, Varsity Football, JV Football, Frosh Football. Frosh- 
Soph Track, Freshman Class Vice-Prez, Counseling Office As- 
sistant, Top Ten Homecoming King 
MARIA INEZ CARMONA 

Girls' Varsity Basketball, Varsity Softball, JV Softball. Girls' JV 
Basketball, Varsity Softball Manager 
DA VID CARVER 

Scholastic Top 10, Cross Country, Varsity Track, Life CSF, 
CSF, Honor Roll, Student of Month, Block L, Frosh-Soph Track. 
CSF Vice-President, IWE Science 



JOSE CASTILLO 

Scholastic Top 10, Life CSF, CSF, Honor Roll, Commissioner of 

Cultural Affairs, Frsoh-Soph Track, Soccer, IWE Math, IWE 

Health, Tennis Team Manager 

HECTOR CEJA 

JV Football, Frosh Football, Honor Roll 

ROSE CEJA 




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Senior Boys Participdte In Spirit Week 




CAROL CHAPIN 

CAMERON CHA VEZ 

Varsity Football, J V Football, Frosh Football, Varsity Basketball, 

IV Basketball, Frosh Basketball, Block L, Student of Month, 

IWE- P.E., IWE. Career Center, Top 10 Homecoming King 

JUAN JOSE CHA VEZ 

Varsity Football, JV Football. Varsity Track, Frosh-Soph Track, 

Most Valuable Player Varsity Track, Frosh Basketball, Block L, 

IWE Tutor 



CHERIE CHRISLOCK 

Student Body Treasurer, Girls' Track Team, Block L, IWE 

McLaren, Honor Roll, French Club 

ERIC CHRISTENSEN 

Auto Club, IWE Metal Shop, ROP Auto Shop 

TAMMY CLARK 

CSF Honor RoH, IWE Office, IWE Clothing 



TAMMY CLEMENT 

Frosh, JV Football Charter 

I.INAGH CLEMENTS 

Varsity Football Manager, Pep Club, Volleyball Manager, 

Booster Club 

GAYLE CLOUTIER 

French Club, Playmakers, A Capella Choir, Choir Club, IWE 

P.E., IWE Drivers Ed., Taming ol the Shrew, Man of La Mancha 



SHARON LYNETTE COCHRAN 

Scholastic Top 10, Honor Roll, CSF, First Place Spelling Bee, 

IWE Clothing 

JUDIE COLEMAN 

JULIE COLEMAN 



KANDOLINE KANDEE L COLEMAN 

Cross Country, Block L, FFA, Elementary Tutor 

DENNIS R COMBS 

Band 111, Stage Band, Honor Roll, Band Council Woodwind 

Rep., Pippm, IWE Instrumental Study 

CHRIS L CONNER 

JV Football, Boys' Tennis, Student Council, Auto Club, Student 

of Month, Elementary Tutor, Class Rep, IWE Auto. IWE Tutor, 

Journalism Club 



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MANUEL CORNELIUS 

ALAN CRAVEN 

Erosh Football, EFA 

ERANCEEN MARIE CROW 

Student Council Pep Club, Honor Roll, Counseling OHic 

Assistant. Tutor 



SANTA T. CRUZ 

Girls' Track Team, Clothing IWE 

THOMAS VICTOR CRUZ 

Honor Roll 

JOSEPH E DALE 

Varsity Swimming, JV Swimming, Band III, A Capella Choir, 

Honor Roll, Choir Club, Journalism 



STUART CHARLES DALEY 

Journalism Vice-president, Varsity Baseball, JV Baseball, JV 

Basketball 

KELLY DAPRATO 

BILL DAVIS 

Frosh Football, Band III 



BRENT DAVIS 
Art IWE, Motorcycle Racing 
JAIME DEFREMERY 
Boys' Tennis 
KATHY DEFREMERY 

FFA Sweetheart, Student Council, Homecoming Queen Sec- 
ond Five, Pep Club, FFA, Honor Roll, Varsity Softball Charter. 
Student Body Vice-president, Freshmen Class Secretary, Soph- 
omore Class Secretary, FFA President, Vice-president, Trea- 
surer, Ag IWE 



SENIORS, Randy Allen, Margarita Martinez, Chante Kurtz 
relax for a lew minutes m Mr. Batze's Federal Government 
class during first semester, sixth period. 



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Seniors Relax During Federal Government 




CYNTHIA NANETTE DEL BARBA 
Honor Roll, CSF, Band HI 
CHRISTINE DELGADO 
Elementary Tutor, IWE Ollice 
SERGIO DEL REAL 



LUIS DIAZ 

TAMI DICKEY 

LISA J. DILLARD 

Varsity Cheerleader, Rally Squad, Pep Club, Annual Stall 



NONA GAYLE DOWNS 

Student Gov't, IWE Federal Government, IWE Special Ed., 

IWE Ollice 

CHRIS DRAUDSON 

ROBERT DUNCAN 

IWE Ag 



PAT EMERSON 

Manager Frosh Football, GolITeam, IWE Language Arts, Tam- 

mmg ol the Shrew 

RONALD M. ENOS 

Varsity Football, JV Football, Frosh Football, Most Valuable 

Player Frosh Football, Varsity Track, Block L, Band III, FFA, 

Soph. Hop King, Top 10 Homecoming King 

LUANE ENRICO 

Honor Roll, JV Baseball Charter, IWE P.E. 



ALMA DELIA ESPARZA 
IWE Wood 
ANDREW ESPARZA 
JV Football 
RA Y ESTRADA 



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VERNON MICHAEL FAJARDO 
Varsity Baseball, JV Baseball, Frosh Football 
KYLE FARRIS 
ANA FELIPE 

J V Softball, French Club, Annual Stall, Annual Staff Photogra- 
pher, Homecoming Committee, IWE P.E., IWE Office 



JODIE FINISTER 

Student Council, FFA Sweetheart Runner-up, FFA, Honor Roll, 

Yearbook Society, Annual Staff, Annual Staff Photographer, 

Annual Staff Senior Editor, WE Career Center, FFA Treasurer, 

Student Gov't, Varsity and JV Swimming Charter 

MANUEL FRANCO 

Varsity Football, Varsity Wrestling, Block L, Varsity Track, JV 

Football, Frosh -Soph Track, Frosh Football 

CATHY LOUISE FRANKLIN 

Annual Staff Ad Editor, Yearbook Society, Annual Staff, Honor 

Roll, Boy's Track Charter, Cross Country Charter, ROP-Contra 

Costa Times 



CHARISSE E. FRAZIER 

Most Valuable Player Varsity Softball, All League Softball, Var- 
sity Softball, J V Softball, Girls' JV Basketball, Vansity Volleyball, 
JV Volleyball, Student Council, Homecoming Queen Atten- 
dant, Choir Club, Honor Roll, Student Government, Commis- 
sioner of PRIDE, Homecoming Committee, Wrestling Charter, 
Senior Class Vice-President, Chairman of PRIDE Committee, 
IWE Office, IWE P.E., Honorable Mention Fastball Soltball, 
Parker-Robb Super-Sport Award 
ROBERT FREEZE 
VINCENT FREIDMAN 
Varsity Track 



MICHAEL LEE FRIZZELL 
ANGIE GALLEGOS 

Girls' Track Team, Girls' Varsity Basketball, Girls' JV Basket- 
ball, Student Council, Homecoming Queen Attendant, Block 
L, Choir Club, Student Government, Commissioner of athlet- 
ics. Homecoming Committee, Sophomore Class Vice-Presi- 
dent, IWE P.E. 
JESUS GALVAN 



TIM GANN 

DIANA GARCIA GARCIA 
Honor Roll, Elementary Tutor 
PAUL PATRICK GARCIA 
IWE Drivers Ed. 




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Winthrop Leads Seniors In Their Final Year 




RUBEN GARCIA 

Frosh Football, Frosh-Soph Track, Student Council, Frosh Class 
President, P.E., Career Center IWE, Homecoming King, Stu- 
dent Government 
STEVEN ERIC GARCIA 
KELLY ROBIN GARNER 



RON GARRIDO 

IV Football, JV Basketball, JV Swimming, Frosh-Soph Track, 

Playmakers, Varsity Wrestling, Gypsy, Taming OI The Shrew, 

Student Director 

TOM GASCA 

MIKE GEDDES 

Varsity Track, ]V Football, Frosh Baseball, Frosh-Soph Track, 

Boys' Tennis, French Club 



NANCY LORRAINE GEMETTI 

Student Government, Student Council, Student Body Secre- 
tary, Journalism Treasurer, Homecoming Queen Second Five, 
Sophomore Hop Queen Runner-up, School Improvement 
Committee, Human Relations Day Facilitator, French Club, P.E. 
IWE 

MARK GIANNINI 

Student Government, Commissioner of Rallies and Assemblies, 
Student Council, Honor Roll, Band III, Band President, Percus 
sion Rep., Choir Club, Chamber Singers, A Cappella Choir, 
Playmakers, Playmakers President, Pippin, Man OI La Man 
cha. Brown Bag Theater, Gypsy, The Taming OI The Shrew, 
Hagar's Children, Varsity Swimming 
I A VIER GOMEZ 



GAYLA JEAN GOMEZ 
GILBERT GONZALEZ 

Varsity Football, JV Football, Varsity Basketball, Varsity Track, 
Frosh-Soph Track, Most Valuable Player JV Football, Block L, 
Top Ten Homecoming King 
LETICIA MARIE GRAN ADO 

Varsity Softball JV SoItbaU, Girls' JV Basketball Block L, Year- 
book Society, Annual Stall, Annual Stall Photographer , Annual 
Stall Job- Sports and Activities 



EVANGELINA GREENHOUSE 

Spanish Club, Pep Club, Band, Marching Band 

ANGIE GUTHRIE 

JESS GUTIERREZ 

JV Football 



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TIM HALLADA Y 

Boys' Tennis, FFA, Honor Roll 

LANCE A. HAMPTON 

Varsity Track, Frosh-Soph Track 

LARRY F HARMON 

Band IIL Auto Club, Scholastic Top Ten, Student ol the Month 



RICK HART 

Varsity Swimming, JV Swimming, Frosh Football, Varsity Swim- 
team Captain 
RICH HAY NFS 
Math I. ROP Meat Outtmg 
CHRIS HEINL 
Library IWF 



ANDRFA HFLFCKFR 

Block L, Honor Roll, Scholastic Top Ten, Pep Club, Junior 

Class Treasurer, Senior Class Treasurer, Varsity Boys' Track 

Manager, JV Girls' Basketball Charter, Varsity Girls' Basketball 

Charter 

RICHARD HENDRIX 

DEBRA LYNN HENRY 

Rally Squad, Candy Striper, Clothing IWF 



MARK HERNANDEZ 

Frosh Baseball, JV Baseball, JV Football, Varsity Baseball 
SHERI LYNNE HIEB 

CSF, Scholastic Top Ten, Honor Roll, Playmakers, French 
Club, Choir Club 
JAMES A. HOPKINS 

Block L, Varsity Track, Frosh-Soph Track, JV Football, Year- 
book Society, Annual Stall, Annual Staff Job Senior Section, 
CSF, Honor Roll, Band III, Dance Committee 



TA VANE MASON assists with the P.E. Department 
as students go through what was scheduled to be the 
last Merry- Go-Round. 



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Seniors Assist At Merry-Go-Round Scheduling 




ERIC LEWIS HUDSON 

Student Body President, Playmakers Treasurer, Choir Club 
Secretary, French Club Treasurer, Projects Committee, Choir 
Club Most Enthusatic, Choir Club, A Capella Choir, Play- 
makers, French Club, Journalism Club, Honor Roll, Pep Club, 
Romeo and Juliet, Brown Bag Theater, Gypsy, Math IWE, Li- 
brary IWE, Student Council 
MARY BETH HUGHES 

Honor Roll, Elementary Tutor, Business IWE, Nursing Assistant 
GEORGIA DIANNE JAMES 

Midngals, Girls' Ensemble, A Capella Choir, Playmakers, 
Choir Club, Candy Stripper, FFA, JV Soltball, JV Volleyball. 
Cleft Club, Honor Roll, Journalism President, Choir Treasurer, 
Choir Publicity, Office IWE, Journalism Club, Vocalist of the 
Month 



CHRISTY JEFFERSON 

Varsity Girls' Track, Block L, Commissioner of Youth Council, 
Rally Squad, Head Songleader, Songleader, Sophomore Hop 
Queen Runner-up, Honor Roll, Pep Club, Blood Drive Com- 
mittee. Organized Frosh Orientation, Homecoming Committee 
BROOKE JENSEN 

Annual Staff Annual Staff Job Sports, Yearbook Society 
JORGE JIMENEZ 

Varsity Football. Varsity Track. Varsity Wrestling, JV Football, 
Frosh Football, Frosh-Soph Track 



M. OLIVIER JIMENEZ 

Office IWE, Spanish Newspaper, Honor Roll. Azteca Club 

BILL JOHNSON 

JULIE JOLICOEUR 

Honor Roll, FFA, Math IWE 



DOUG JONES 

Honor Roll, Pep Club. P.E IWE, ROP Auto 

ISABEL M. JUAREZ 

Honor Roll, Office IWE 

JAMIE E JUST 

JV Football. Frosh Football. JV Baseball. Frosh-Soph Track, 

Journalism Club 



JULIE KALINOWSKI 

Rally Squad, Songleader, Pep Club, Homecoming Committee, 
Band III, Honor Roll, Girls' Track 
DENEEN M KEENEY 

Head Cheerleader, Varsity Cheerleader, Mascot, JV Cheer- 
leader, Rally Squad, Homecoming Queen Second Five, Soph- 
omore Hop Queen Runner-up. Student of the Month. Home- 
coming Committee. Pep Club. Playmakers. Band III. A Capella 
Choir. Girls' Ensemble. Choir Club. Gypsy, Taming of the 
Shrew, Hagars' Children, Chamber Singers, Band Secretary, 
Band Treasurer. Rally Squad Treasurer. P.E. IWE 
MALCOME KEMP 
Varsity Football. JV Football. Varsity Track, Varsity Wrestling 

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JANET KEYS 

KEVIN L YLE KINDORF 

SCOTT D. KING 

Playmakers, A Cappella Choir. CSF, Honor Roll, Lite CSF, 

Scholastic Top Ten, Playmakers Vice-President. Playmakers 

President, Science IWE. Man of La Mancha, Pippin, One-Act 

Theater, Gypsy, Romeo and Juliet, Taming Of The Shrew, 

Chamber Singers 



ANDREW KLIENE 
Varsity Baseball 
DONNA MARIE KOHLER 

Playmakers, A Cappella Choir, Girls' Ensemble, Chori Club. A 
Capella Robe Manager, Gypsy, Brown Bag Theater, Taming of 
The Shrew, Chamber Singers 
ALISON KOWALSKI 

Student Government, Commissioner of Rallies and Assemblies, 
Student Council, Homecoming Committee, Playmakers Histo- 
rian, Choir Club Librarian, Honor Roll, Chamber Singers, 
Girls' Ensemble, A Capella Choir, Gypsy, Taming Of the 
Shrew, Hagars' Children, Brown Bag Theater, Overtones One 
Act, Music IWE, Drama IWE, English IWE 



CHANTE KURTZ 
ESTHER LABANAN 

JV Softball, Varsity Softball, Girls' JV Basketball, Varsity Basket- 
ball, Block L, Band III, Stage Band, Pep Club, P.E IWE Honor 
Roll, P.E Student of The Month 
CHRISTINE LADD 

FFA, JV Softball, JV Swimming, Honor Roll, Playmakers, 
French Club, Charter-JV Volleyball, JV Swimming, Crawling 
Arnold 



BONNIBEL LUCILLE LANE 

Girls' JV Basketball, A Capella, Choir Club, Pep Club 

CONNIE LATHRUM 

Choir Club, Peer Tutor 

DOLORES LEON 



CINDY LIDDINGTON 

A Capella Choir, Choir Club, JV Swimming, Annual Staff. 
Annual Staff Photographer. Student Government. Commis- 
sioner Of Publicity, P.E. Student Of The Month, FFA, Choir 
Club Robe Manager, Lion Hall IWE, Pop Chorus, Vocalist of 
the Month 
RONALD LINEKER 
MARK A. LOMBARDI 

FFA, Varsity Wrestling, Perfect Attendance Award, Driver Ed. 
IWE 




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Senior Boy Chows Down For Spirit Points 




JOHNNY D. LOONEY 
Jewelry I WE 
MICHAEL LOPEZ 
CLINT ELBERT LOVE 



DEN IS E LUNA 
WA YNE ALLEN L YNCH 

Varsity Football. Varsity Wrestling. Most Valuable JV Football. 
All League Football. JV Football. Block L. Top Ten Homecom- 
ing King 

CHRISTINE ANN MACKENZIE 

Cross Country, Girls' Track Team. French Club, Playmakers, 
Pep Club, FFA, Honor Roll, Library IWE 



LINDA CLEMENTINA MARISCAL 

Yearbook Society. Annual Stall, Student Government, Cur- 
riculum Committee, Homecoming Committee, Student Coun- 
cil. Pep Club. Journalism 
KAREN MARQUEZ 
Business Math IWE 
JOEL MARTINEZ 

Soccer. Spanish Club, Azteca Club. Auto Club. Elementary 
Tutor, Math IWE, English IWE 



JOSE MARTINEZ 
MARGARITA R. MARTINEZ 

Majorette, Class Secretary, Head OI Rally Squad, Student 
Council. Pep Club. Azteca Club. Elementary Tutor. Homecom- 
ing Committee 
TA VANE MARIE MASON 

Varsity Soltball, JV Soitball, Honor Roll, Block L, Basketball 
Manager. P.E. IWE, Basketball Volleyball Charter. Student 
Body Corresponding Secretary, P.E. Student OI The Month. 
Student Government, Pep Club 




MITCH REDDEN uses his 
eating ability to try to finish 
his slice oi the watermelon 
before the other classes and 
the faculty. 



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RANDY MASS 

WALTER HAMILTON MATTER! JR. 

Varsity Football JV Football Varsity Wrestling, JV Wrestling. 

JV Swimming, FFA, High School Rodeo 

JANET MATTOS 



BOBBY MA URISCIO JR. 
RICHARD WAYNE McCAMPBELL JR. 

Varsity Football, JV Football, Frosh Football Varsity Wrestling, 
JV Wrestling, Frosh-Soph track. Block L, Health IWE, Math 
IWE, Foods IWE, High School Rodeo, Student Body Represen- 
tative 

BECKY LYNN McKINNEY 

Head Songleader, Songleader, Rally Squad, A Capella Choir, 
Choir Club, Madrigals, Yearbook Society, Annual Stall Ele- 
mentary Tutor, Girls' Tennis, Golf Team, English IWE, Ollice 
IWE, Peer Tutor 



MARGARITA MERCADO 

Rally Squad, Frosh Cheerleader, Head JV Cheerleader, JV 
Cheerleader, Varsity Cheerleader, JV Swimming, French 
Club, Honor Roll, Pep Club, Commissioner Of Publicity, 
French Club, Biology IWE CO-head Varsity Cheerleader 
RICK E MIGUEL 

Auto Club, Auto IWE, High School Rodeo 
HOLLY L MIKKELSEN 

Homecoming Queen Attendant, Commissioner of Athletics, 
Student Government, Homecoming Committee, Block L, Hon- 
or Roll Pep Club, JV Volleyball, Varsity Volleyball, Girls' Varsi- 
ty Basketball, JV Softball, Varsity Softball, All League Softball, 
Block L Secretary, P.E. IWE, Career Center IWE 



JOSE MORALES 
JV Football 
KEVIN MORROW 

Band III, Stage Band, Honor Roll Machine Wood IWE, Instru- 
mental Study IWE 
RICH J. MYTHEN 



ANTONIO NAREZ 

JOE C. NEWBERRY 

Machine Wood IWE, Beginning Wood IWE, Math IWE 

JACK NILSSON 

FFA 




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Senior Class Tugs Against Winning Juniors 




TUGGING for the Senior Class are Chris 
Boardman, Anthony Buckler, Jenny Barr, 
Wiihe Odum, Jim Hopkins, Shelia Per- 
kins, and Leonard Pompa, the class an- 
chor m this contest. 



KEN NORRIS 

GoH Team, Most Valuable Player Golf, All League Golf 

BRADLEY JAMES NORTHAM 

WILLIE ODUM 



SCOTT O' NEAL 

Varsity Football, JV Football, Frosh Football 

TAMMY O'NEAL 

LUCY ORDUNO 



JANINE LYNETTE ORNELAS 

Student Council, Honor Roll, Yearbook Society, Annual Staff, 
Annual Staff Job Soph. Jr. Senior Sections, Homecoming Com- 
mittee, Sophomore Class Treasurer, Frosh Class Representative 
to Student Council 
LUIS ANTHONY OROZCO 

Varsity Wrestling, JV Football, Frosh Football, Most Valuable 
Wrestler, Jewelry IWE, All League Wrestling 
DENNIS OSBOURN 
Frosh Football. FFA 



JAVIER OSGUER A 
Honor Roll 
R. JUSTIN OXFORD 
Journalism Club 
JIM PACE 



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Seniors Help With Student Government Work 



SHARI LYNN PALLADINO 

JV Basketball, Homecoming Committee, P.E. IWE 

JEFF PARKS 

Varsity Basketball, JV Basketball, Frosh Basketball, All League 

Basketball, Block L, Varsity Basketball 

TOM PATTERSON 



CRAIG PEDERSON 

DENNIS PEDERSON 

JV Football, Varsity Wrestling, JV Wrestling 

ERIK PEDERSON 



KATHY L. PEREZ 

Head Songieader, Songleader, Rally Squad, Pep Club 

SHEILA DENICE PERKINS 

Varsity Swimming, JV Swimming, Rally Squad, Songleader, 

FFA, FFA Sweetheart Runner-up, Honor Roll 

DANA PERRY 



JILLENE PETERS 

Annual Staff, Yearbook Society, Photo-Editor, Co- Ad Editor, 

Honor Roll, Bank of America Award for Social Studies, Girls' 

Track Team, Cross Country, Cross Country Charter, English 

IWE, ROP-Contra Costa Times 

JULIE PETERSON 

JAMES ED PHILPOT 

Honor Roll 



KARA KATHLEEN PIANTANIDA 

Student Body Representative, Elementary Tutor, FFA 

PEGGY PIAZZA 

Choir Club 

LESTER PINKSTON 

P.E. IWE, P.E. Student of the Month 




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SAIL V. PISENTI 

Varsity, IV Swimming, JV Soccer, Office Assistdnt, JV Softball 

JOHN PLOG 

LEONARD M. POMPA 

Varsity, JV Wrestling, Block L, JV Football 



DAREN PRELLI 

High Scfiool Rodeo, Varsity Track, FFA, POP Auto Shop 

KATHLEEN PREVOST 

DONNA L PRICE 

Annual Staff Editor- in-Chief, Annual Staff, Elementary Tutor, 

Student Government, Basketball Charter, Volleyball Charter, 

Foods TWE, Student Council Representative, JV Volleyball, 

Pep Club, Honor Roll, Peer Tutor, Curriculum Committee 



CARMEN DAILEY ANN RADETIC 

FFA, Choir Club, Pep Club, FFA Sweetheart Runner-up, Ele- 
mentary Tutor, Homecoming Committee, Ag, Special Ed IWE, 
Counseling Office Assistant 
MARIO ALBERTO RAMIREZ 
JV Basketball, Soccer, Frosh-soph Track 
RITA RAMIREZ 



MARY RE 

Choir Club, Honor Roll, Office Assistant, Career Center IWE 

MITCHELL REDDEN 

Counseling Office Assistant, Library IWE 

LISA CAROL REGAN 

FFA, Honor Roll 



ERIC HUDSON, student body president, kicks 
back in the room used by him and others for 
discussion and business regarding the affairs and 
problems associated with running the school. 



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HOMECOMING KING, Ruben Garcia, smiles 
happily as he drives up m a vet lor the pre-game 
ceremonies during Homecoming on Ohmstede 
Field. 



DEBBIE REIZENSTEIN 

KATHERINEM. REYNOLDS 

LAVON RHODES 

Cross Country, ]V SottbaU, Block L, Homecoming Committee, 

Nurse I WE, Candy Striper, Girls' Auxilary, French Club 



CHERYL A. RICHARDS 

Senior Class Secretary, Girls' Tennis, Block L, Honor Roll, 

French Club, Student Government 

ALFREDO RICO 

CSF 

CHRIS RIOS 

Band III, Stage Band, A Cappella Choir 



FRANCISCO RIVERA 
JOANNE RODRIGUES 
French Club, Language Arts IWE 
DONALD ROSA 



SANDRA ROSAS 
KEITH RUSSELL 
MIKE RYLEE 




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Senior, Ruben Gar cm, Is Selected As King 




fOHN B. SALLUCE 

Varsity Football, Honor Roll, Block L, P.E. IWE 

JOHN SAMERON 

PETE SANABRIA 



LOUISE SANCHEZ 

Varsity Track, Frosh-soph Track, Block L, Honor Roll, Band III, 

Stage Band 

PHILLIP ANTHONY SANCHEZ 

Varsity Basketball Varsity Track, JV Basketball, Frosh-soph 

Track, Frosh Football, student Government Representative, 

Language Arts IV/E 

MICHAEL FRANZ SCHUBERT 

Playmakers, Brown Bag Theater, Taming of the Shrew, Desert 

Men. Journalism Club 



KEVIN C. SCHWITTERS 

Frosh Football, Varsity Baseball, Varsity Baseball Charter, Var- 
sity Basketball Charter, Science, P.E. IWE 
SANDY SCOTT 

Journalism, Elementary Tutor, Peer Tutor 
SANDRA LYNN SECREST 

Student Council, Junior Class President, Sophomore Commis- 
sioner of Fund Raising, Student Government, Pep Club, Block 
L, Track Manager, P.E. IWE, Track Charter Tutor 



SANTIAGO CHRISTOPHER SERRATO 
Choir Club, Attendance Office Assistant, Library IWE 
MYLES SEXTON 
KIRK CARL SHANKS 

Varsity Baseball, JV Baseball, Frosh Baseball, Foods IWE, De- 
fensive Award Varsity Baseball 



CINDY DIANE SIL VEIRA 

Rally Sguad, Songleader, Student Council, Choir Club, Pep 
Club, Counseling Oflice Assistant, P.E. IWE, Tutor, Pop Cho- 
rus, High School Rodeo Association 
JOHNNY SILVA 
JV Football, Frosh Basketball 
JULIEANN SIMISTER 



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Senior Girls Pdrticipate In Homecoming Rally 



GENE SIMONI 

}V Football, Cross Country, Auto Club, Metals IWE 

DAN SIMPSON 

MIKE SIMPSON 

Varsity, IV, Frosh Football, Block L, Varsity Swimming 



AUDREY SISNEROZ 

TOMMY SIZEMORE 

RAMEY SMILEY 

Varsity, ]V, Frosh Football, IV, Frosh Basketball, Varsity Track, 

Block L 



SUSAN MARIE SMITH 

Block L, Choir Club, FFA, Honor Roll, Annual Stall, Elemen- 
tary Tutor, Track Charter, Counseling OHice Assistant, Jewelry, 
P.E., Cralts IWE, Pop Chorus 
TERRY RENE SMITH 

All League Volleyball, Varsity Soitball, IV Softball, IV Basket- 
ball, Varsity, ]V Volleyball, Student Council, Block L, Home- 
coming Committee 
JULIE SNYDER 
Language Arts IWE, Nurses Olfice Assistant, Special Ed. Tutor 



EDDIE SOLIZ 
LINDA STANDRIDGE 
KIMBERLY ST. JOHN 
Band III 



DIANNE STRUNK 

Songleader, Rally Squad, Elementary Tutor, Honor Roll, Pep 

Club, Sewing IWE 

STEVE SUNIGA 

SCOTT SWEAT 




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MICHAEL I. TEETER 
Jourrtdhsm, Library, P.E. IWE 
DENNIS THOMAS 
FFA 

SHANNON THOMAS 

Girls' Stdte Representative, AH League Volleyball, Homecom- 
ing Queen Attendant, Student at Month, Varsity Volleyball, 
Girls ' Varsity Basketball, Varsity Soltball, Most Valuable Player 
Volleyball, FFA, CSF, Commissioner ot Justice, Block L Presi- 
dent. Block L Treasurer, Student Council, FFA Sweetheart 
Runner-up, Block L, French Club, JV Volleyball, Homecoming 
Committee, J V Soltball, Girls' JV Basketball, P.E IWE Honor 
Roll, Blood Drive Committee 



BUTCH THURLOW 

Auto Shop IWE 

TIM TOON 

Varsity Baseball 

VERONICA J. TORRES 

Rally Squad, Varsity Cheerleader, JV Cheerleader, Pep Club, 

Honor Roll, Homecoming Committee 



KERRY LYNN TRUEMAN 

FFA, FFA Reporter, Ag IWE, Junior Fair Director 

LATISHA DENNETTE TURRIETTA 

KRIS TINA UPTON 

FFA, Counseling Olfice Assistant, Light Horse Judging Team 



MARTHE ANGELIQUE VAISSADE 

Playmakers, A Capella Choir, Choir Club. French Club, Play- 
maker President, Vice president. Historian, Pippin, Man of La 
Mancha, Taming of the Shrew, Fiddler on the Roof, One Act 
Theatre, Gypsy, Romeo and Juliet 
PAMELA LOUISE VALENCIA 

Girls' Varsity Basketball, Varsity Softball, J V Softball, Girls' JV 
Basketball, Block L, Elementary Tutor, AV IWE P.E IWE Math 
Tutor, ROP Medical Office Skills 
LUPE VARGAS 
Spanish Club, Bilingual Newspaper 



GEORGIA JAMES. Kim St. John, Desiree Short 
and Donna Kohler portray Campolindo's Top 
Ten at the Homecoming Rally. These girls are 
members of the Girls' Ensemble. 



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Senior Cldss Stdcks Up For Pyramid Race 



DARRYL VEGAS 
JOEY VILLALPANDO 
MARCIANO VILLALPANDO 
Honor Roll 



JEFF VORNHAGEN 
CLARISS LORRAINE WALKER 
Office Assistant, FFA 
BILL WALLER 



RACHEL WARD 
DAVID WATT 
IFF EERY WAYNE 



ERIC WEEKS 

All League Baseball, Varsity Baseball, JV Baseball, Block L 

SUSAN LESLIE WEST 

Cross Country, Girls' Track Team, Track, Cross Country 

Ctiarter, Varsity Track Manager, Science IWE 

TERESA LYNNE WETZEL 

Pep Club, Choir Club, Office Assistant 



STACY L WILKFR 

Honor Card Holder, Honor Roll, Art IWF, Choir Club 
DAVID WINTHROP 

Varsity, }V, Erosh Basketball, Senior Class President, JV Foot- 
ball, Boys' Tennis, Band III, Band Council, Student Council, 
Student Government, Honor Roll, Block L, Elementary Tutor, 
Homecoming King Top Ten 
JULIE WINTHROP 

Rally Squad, JV Cheerleader, Varsity Cheerleader, Song- 
leader, Pep Club, Honor Roll, Student Council, Homecoming 
Committee, PRIDE Committee, Freshman Class Treasurer, Ju- 
nior Class Vice-president 




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JEANNE WONG 

Honor Roll, CSF, Life CSF, CSF Treasurer and Junior Repre- 
sentative. Health [WE 
DA VE WORDEN 
Frosh Football 
JOHN YINGUNG 
Frosh Football, Frosh- soph Track, Varsity Track, Ceramics I WE 



MICHAEL ZAMORA 
LUZ MARIA ZEPEDA 
CHRISTINA MARIE BOARDMAN 

Girls' Track Team, Girls' Varsity Basketball, Golf, Sophomore 
C lass President, Commissioner of Publicity, French Club Presi- 
dent, Student Council, Block L, French Club, Band III, A 
Capella Choir, Choir Club, Honor Roll, Homecoming Commit- 
tee, Biology, Music JWE, Band Club, Stage Band, Student 
Government 



BUILDING a pyramid for the seniors in 
the Homecoming activities are Jamie Just, 
Eric Hudson, Jim Hopkins, Tom Patterson, 
Anthony Buckler, Kara Piantinida, Jenny 
Barr, Louann Enrico, and Chris Board- 




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Juniors Capture First In Pyrdmid Race 



Joel Acosta 
Michele Adams 
Paul Aiello 
Peter Aiello 
Maria Alcala 
Michael Allen 
May Ann Amba 






Sandra Amende 
Christine Appleby 
Cheryl Archer 
Debbie Ard 
Alan Arendt 
Luis Arguelles 
Raymond Arroyo i 



Rosemary Barajas 
Brett Barrett 
Rick Barroso 
Tricia Bella 
John Berg 
John Berlinn 
Laurie Bernal 



WA VING victoriously after building a pyramid, 
the juniors are happy to capture first place in this 
competition. 



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Craig Berry 
Kim Betz 
Jeff Bevill 
lube Biddle 
Richard Blakley 
Chuck Blevins 
Amber Bloodworth 



Richard Bloomlield 
Anna Marie Boggs 
Dewayne Bonham 
Todd Boster 
Dianna Brandt 
Yvonne Branscum 
David Bristow 



Debi Brockway 
Nelson Brooks 
JeH Brown 
Judy Byer 
Maria Cabada 
Cleotilde Caballero 
Melmda Cambra 



Paul Carr 
Rich Carter 
Sherri Carter 
Gloria Castaneda 



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Anna Cervantes 
Sutton Cervantes 
Reynold Chavarella 



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And Chavez 
Martha Chavez 
Mark Cipponeri 
Kevin Clark 
Jenny Conn 
Daren Cornelius 
Michael Crain 



Chris Crow 
Tma Day 
Sharon Dalratas 
Leland Dairatas 
Mario Delaqarza 
Julie DelBarba 
Gloria Delgado 



Paul Dodge 
Greg Doench 
Luis Duarte 
Jeanean Duran 
Shellie Ediing 
Steven Everard 
Lourdes Fernandez 



Stuart Findley 
Russell Fitzgerald 
Traci Fowler 
Jim Franke 
Brain Franklin 
Sheryl Frederick 
Danny Friedman 



Dianne Frigard 
David Frizzell 
David Galbraith 
Mark Galbreath 
Tim Gallegos 
Nick Galvan 
Devonna Garcia 



Susie Garcia 
Troy Garrett 
Jellery Geddes 
Mike Gianechini 
William GiHrow 
Gia Gilson 
Tma Gnintoli 



Terry Glenn 
Nadma Gonzalez 
Saul Gonzalez 
Lisa Goodman 
Knsten Goostree 
Teresa Grabner 




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Juniors Cheer Their Float During The Pdrdde 




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Richard Grahn 
ChHy Graves 
lulie Greer 
Julie Gresho 
Glenn Groseclose 
Louie Grosse 
Mary Guerra 



Carmen Guitron 
Rosa Guitron 
Johnny Guzman 
Kathy Halford 
Nancy Hall 
Jenny Halladay 
Patricia Hammers 



Damn Hansen 

Ed Hanson 

Becki Hastings 

Julie Heitmeyer 

Craig Hendrix 

Paul Hennessey 

Rosa Maria Hernandez 



TWO guardian angels wish the JUNIORS show lots of homecom- 
iootball team good luck before a mg spirit by waving at the crowd 
game. in a truck. 




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Junior Boy Helps Rdise Homecoming Spirit 



Saul Hernandez 
Patty Hieb 
Richard Hinojos 
Ken Hobbs 
Susan Howell 
Joanna Howze 
Spencer Hyland 



Andrea Ibarra 
Tim Jackson 
Irene Jimenez 
Jana Johnson 
Scott Joksch 
Craig Johcoeur 
Freddie Just 



Carina Keeler 
Cara Kindt 
Diane Kiiene 
Edward Knecht 
Judy Knowles 
Bryan Krey 
Diane Kruger 




AUKi cr^i n-yrr^nr j : ,l BRYAN KREY IS shown getting 

ANN SCHENDEL smiles lor the ^ i ,u u n 

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camera between classes. , 

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John Last 
Rhonda Lauler 
Gary Leal 
Kim Leeper 
Troy Liddell 



Tim Lockwood 
Lauren Lolrisco 
Mathew Lombard! 
Debbie Lopez 
Tern Lorenzetti 
Jose Loza 
Danette Lunslord 



Sam Lyons 
Mike Mahoney 
Sam Maloney 
Pattie Marotz 
Alicia Marquez 
Ellen Martinez 
Joe Martinez 



Gloria Martins 
Tami Martins 
Diana Masters 
Joycelyn Mattson 
Lynette Maurisco 
Kellie McCune 
Mike McGoveran 



Kim McLain 
Kim McLaughlin 
Mike Mederos 
Richard Mendoza 
Silvia Mendoza 
Kim Miles 
Larry Moni 



Daren Moore 
Alma Morales 
Fabiola Morales 
Carol Ann Morgan 
Ruben Munoz 
Lisa Murphy 
Michael Murphy 



Jim Myers 
Bulmaro Narez 
Barbara Neely 
Pat Niemi 
Dino Novero 
James O'Bryan 
Rudy Ochoa 



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Tmd Ochoa 
David Odum 
Beth Oliver 
Grade Ordaz 
Theresa Ornelas 
Diane Orozco 
Leticia Orozco 



Aldma Oseguera 
Robert Page 
Syndy Parsons 
Jim Patterson 
Lester Paul 
Mike Pedersen 
Jimmy Pena 



Karen Penn 
Teresa Perreira 
Laurette Perry 
Millie Petlil 
Brian Plechaty 
Letty Plitt 
Tony Ramirez 



Lina Ramos 
Karen Randall 
Ken Reynolds 
Sherrie Reynolds 
Alex Rico 
Sheri Robbms 
Paul Robles 



Alana Roderick 
Jenna Rodgers 
Miguel Rodriguez 
Felicia Rodriguez 
David Romer 
Krista Roenicke 
Louis Romano 



Louisa Romano 
Dave Russo 
AlejandroU Sanabna 
Guillermo Sancen 
Michael Sanchez 
Laura Anne Sanchez 
Mary Sanchez 



George Sanchez 
Avelino Sandoval 
Jeff Sapp 
James Schick 
Francisco Serrano 
Mark Shell 
Eddie Shelton 




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Glenn Serves As Junior Class President 

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Rodger Short 
Lillian Simon 
Katara Sims 
Dan Sipes 
James Sisneroz 
Lisa Smith 
Mike StaHord 



Bobby Slandridge 
Todd Standndge 
Mike Stem 
James Slultz 
Katie Taylor 
Keith Thomas 
Linda Thomas 



Mary Thomas 
Tammy Timms 
Ted Tipton 
Stephen Tognoli 
Hiedi Trefz 
Andy Tudhope 
Angela Turchie 




CLASS OF 1983- 
Yvonne Branscum, trea- 
surer; Alana Roderick, 
vice-president; Mrs. 
Jeanne Glenn, advisor; 
Diane Kruger, secretary; 
Terry Glenn, president; 
Mr. Jerry Black advisor. 



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Patfi Tuttle 
Kelly Tyler 
Joey Unpingco 
Bobby Urbano 
Mario Valenzuela 
Pat Vasta 
Marco Vega 



Juniors Sold At Homecoming Slave Auction 

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Jennifer Ann Villarreal 
Brent Walker 
Gerry Walters 
Lorraine Washburn 
Tami Weatherford 
Mike Wheeler 
Michelle White 




Matt Wilgenbush 
Stephen Wind 
Tina Wood 
Stephen Zahn 
Luis Zepeda 
Sandra Zepeda 



USA MARCHIE ,s srniling for the ^ y^^^^ ^^ URISEIO is one of 

photographer m front of the ,, l < l i j i ii, 

'^ , , the many beauties being sold at the 

school. ,1 .. 

school auction. 




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Eddie Acasio 
Keith Ackerman 
Alejandro Alcazar 
Lourdes Alcazar 
Lisetie Alves 
Paula Amerson 
Tracy Anderson 



William Anderson 
Came Andrews 
Missy Andneu 
Jose Angelas 
Steve Angela 
Raul Arroyos 
Lenny Baia 



Bill Bakker 
Kim Barbadillo 
Tisha Barnes 
Marsha Barr 
Mike Barr 
Angel Barras 
Sam Banuelas 



Michelle Basas 
Cindy Basile 
Melissa Batze 
Brien Baude 
Rod Belscher 
Aaron Benait 
Kris Berlinn 



Darin Berumen 
Tanya Black 
Vickie Blevins 
Mark Bonham 
Donna Boyd 
Sheri Bradshaw 
Brian Brant 



Leslie Brooks 
Chris Brawn 
Ty Brawn 
Ann Bush 
Carrene Butler 
Lisa Byer 
Leann Byran 



Eva Cabada 
Mario Cabada 
Mandy Cambra 
Tom Campbell 
Connie Carreon 
Debra Carranza 
Troy Caraway 



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Vdstd Ledds Sophomores For Second Time 



Theresa Carter 
Monica Carvajal 
Mark Casey 
Yolanda Castanda 
Teresa Chavez 
Georgia Clark 
Mike Clement 



James Clifton 
Annamarie Coelho 
Gustavo Colemenares 
Gina Cornelius 
Cyndi Cottrell 
George CraHy 
Marlin Crawford 



Brent Cross 
Aixa Cosme 
Jamie Cuaresma 
Paul Cut mo 
Brian Dabalos 
Bill Davis 
Dana Davis 




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CLASS OF 1984 LEADERS- TOP ROW: Advisors Mr. Bill Batze and Mrs. Sue Churchill; BOTTOM ROW: Shelly St. John, 
treasurer; Aimee Vasta, president; Manette Joksch, vice-president; and Lisa DeFremery, secretary. 



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Jim Davis 
Randy Davis 
Elhot Day 
Lisa deFremery 
Tom Del Barba 
David Dias 
Lupe Diaz 



Raymundo Diaz 
Kimber Dittmore 
Brian Dodge 
Tammy Dollosso 
Dave Dozier 
Sally Duarte 
Greg Ernst 



Mike Emerson 
Socorro Espindola 
Fred Evans 
Renee Evans 
Gloria Fajardo 
Rick Fisher 
Heidi Fleckinger 



Corrine Fleming 
Kal Forsberg 
Kris Frigard 
Mike Fuller 
Kathy Gaddis 
Debra Galvan 
Lupe Galvan 



Kristine Gamino 
Alberto Garcia 
Rebecca Garcia 
Regina Garcia 
Armando Gasca 
Tamnja Gay 
lames Gayer 



Timothy George 
Matias Gomes 
Norbert Gonzales 
Gina Gonzales 
Graciela Gonzales 
Martha Gonzales 
Richard Gregorcyk 



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Lesli Grivet 
Jose Guerrero 
Tim Guftey 
Karen Hall 
Leslie Hall 
Jim Halversen 
Paula Hanson 



Roberta Hawthorn 
Dan Hawkms 
Christine Hawthorne 
Cindy Hawthorne 
John Hay 
Angie Hefner 
Michael Henderson 



Michelle Henderson 
Richard Herrera 
Philip Herrick 
Lisa Herring 
David Hilburn 
Randy Hilliard 
Gregg HochderHer 



Nancy Hoffhines 
Robyn Ho finer 
Barbie Hopper 
Tracy Hunt 
Mary Hyland 
Julie Jackson 
Donald James 



Mickey Jepsen 
Manette Joksch 
Greg Jones 
Jaime Juarez 
Kevin Ketler 
Derald King 
Jerald King 



Tanya Knoblauch 
Chris Kresky 
Shawna Lance 
Kim Larsen 
LaDonna Lasher 
Susan Lewis 
Richard Ligon 









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Sophomore Girls 'Dress-up' For Pajamd Day 




John Lombardi 
Roy Lopez 
Lisa Lovecchio 
Paul Madrid 
Vickie Madrid 
Matt Magee 
Chen Markey 



Lori Marshall 
Troy Martin 
Aurora Martinez 
James Martinez 
Jerry Martinez 
Michelle Martinez 
Allen Masters 



Mike Mayo 
Nicole Mc Arthur 
LucyAnn McCormick 
Patricia McCown 
Patrick McRetey 
Michaelio Mendoza 
Ken Miller 



SHELLY PINKSTON and Amelia 
Pompa show their sophomore spirit m 
their pajamas. 



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Class Of '84 Float Captures First, Again! 



Kerry Miller 
Mike Miller 
Dan Mills 
Lupe Morales 
Martina Morales 
Mary Ann Moss 
Beatrice Munoz 



Daryl Napier 
losefina Narez 
Jason Neely 
Lyn Nelson 
Shelia Newton 
Jell Nicholas 
Frank Nunes 



Andrew O'Bryan 
David Olan 
Miguel Olioa 
Samuel Olivares 
Brian Oreglia 
Steve Orman 
Din a Orozco 




SOPHOMORES show their class spirit by finishing what 
later became the first place float during the Homecom- 
ing parade: Gregg Hochderffer, Aimee Vasta, Mrs. Jean 
Noble, Gina Cornelius, and Mike Emersen. 




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Luis Orozco 
Alma Ortega 
Mario Oseguera 
Claude Ourthiague 
Tammi Packo 
David Papini 
Allen Park 



Beth Passey 
Ted Pastor 
Darren Patterson 
Karen Patterson 
Kip Patterson 
Tim Patterson 
Greg Payne 



Joy Pearson 
Russell Pedersen 
Maria Perez 
Melissa Perry 
Mike Perryman 
Kim Philips 
Shannon Pierce 



Shelly Pinkston 
Shannon Pee 
Valerie Poerio 
Amelia Pompa 
Vicki Porter 
Richard Pratt 
Angelica Ramirco 



Jimmy Ramirez 
Juan Carlos Ramirez 
Teresa Ramos 
Sheila Reetz 
Denise Reinberg 
Lance Renart 
Javier Reynoso 



Audra Ribeiro 
Crystal Ribeiro 
Kevin Richardson 
Sandra Lynn Riggio 
Linda Rivera 
Jose Rodriguez 
Maria Rodriguez 



Mark Rodgers 
Scott Rowell 
Lisa Ruiz 
Maria Sancen 
Ralph Sanabria 
Ernie Sanchez 
Melinda Sanchez 



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Gind Sdpp 
Debbie Sarabian 
Rocky Scado 
Sandra Scado 
Phil Scherzer 
Ted Sciodino 
John Scruggs 



Brenda Secrest 
Kathy Selaya 
Jorge Serrando 
Donna Sheifield 
Glenn Shepherd 
Monica Sherman 
Desiree Short 



Lance Shults 
Cathy Siino 
Lisa Silva 
Stephanie Silva 
Tony Sivera 
Mike Simanek 
Jennifer Simoni 







SOPHOMORE CLASS members play in the water and mud that had collected around the first base 
on the Varsity diamond: They were tired of making flowers for their first place float for Homecoming. 



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Darwin Zachary 
Susanne Zahn 
Linda Zesati 
Yolanda Zesati 
Juan Zuniga 



Michael Snyder 
Emerson Stitt 
Shelly St. John 
Lance Stornetia 
Dannette Siraub 
Shern Strickland 
Joseph Teixeira 



Chuck Thomas 
Denise Thomas 
Rooney Thormahlen 
Becky Thorion 
Jim Thorpe 
Santos Tobar 
Ian Took 



Derek Trost 
Tony Tuttle 
Roger Typpett 
James Tysinger 
Luz Valenzuela 
Aimee Vasta 
Theresa Vera 



Cynthia Vega 
Angle Villapando 
Yvette White 
Cathy Whitmore 
Jessie Willis 
Christine Wilson 
Jeff Wood 



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Bevill, King, Elkins Cheer On Freshmen 



Veronica Aceues 
Craig Adams 
Ana Rosa Alcazar 
Theresa Altes 
Julie Anderson 
Gina Andronica 
Anna Mane Appleby 



Leon Archer 
Phillis Arevalo 
Pedro Argueta 
AH redo Arroyos 
Linda Arroyos 
Kern Arruda 
Mark Aush 



Stefanie Baer 
Edyth Baldwin 
Joseph Balocca 
Esther Barba 
Kevin Baremore 
Eva Becerra 
Craig Bell 



FRESHMEN cheer- 
leaders are Melissa 
Bevill, Kim King, Sherri 
Elkins. 




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Shawn Bell 
Donnie Bello 
Ryan Berry 
Chris Berumen 
Melissa Bevill 
Michael Bluebaugh 
Trina Bonham 



Cindy Boudreau 
Keith Bough 
Jina Bowers 
Raymond Bruce 
Loren Braz 
Kim Brewer 
Jerry Burkhart 



Nancy Burnett 
Lori Butler 
Melissa Cakebread 
Randy Calahan 
Manuel Cambra 
Matthew Carr 
Tammy Carranza 



Jessie Carreon 
Peter Carvajal 
Yrma Castaneda 
Mike Castrucci 
Julie Chapm 
Randy Charlton 
Debra Chatman 



Anthony Chavez 
Keith Chavez 
Donald Chedester 
Mike Chesser 
Mary Clark 
Tami Clark 
Noel Clement 



David Clogston 
John Coelho 
Ignacio Colmenares 
Mark Conley 
Tina Coombes 
Eric Cordua 
Judy Crandell 



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Billy Craw lord 
Bernardino Cruz 
Tina Cutino 
Tommy Derrik 
Laura Dessaussois 
Paul Dessaussois 
John Dias 



Robert Dias 
Sharmel Dittmore 
Jon Dixon 
Jeff DougJity 
Billie Douglas 
Derek Eisenbeis 
Sherry Elkins 



Jim Erickson 
Susan Ernst 
Maria Espindola 
Patricia Espinoza 
Ximena Espinoza 
Nicole Ealetti 
Robert Feit 



Frank Felipe 
Juli Fisher 
Dannette Fitzgerald 
Scott Flechsing 
Greta Fleckmger 
Theresa Franks 
Kellie Frazer 



Michael Fuhrman 
Jenelle Gallardo 
Rod Gallegos 
Irma Garcia 
Maria Garcia 
Bryan Garner 
Domingo Gasca 



Rhonda Gay 
Deborah Gentry 
Debbie Geyser 
Bill Gill 

Laura Goldman 
Gumaro Gomez 
Regina Gomez 



Grimes Serves As Class Of '85 President 




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Sheih Gonzalez 
Ely Gonzalez 
Robert Gonzalez 
Ruben Gonzalez 
Tony Graunstadt 
Kma Gray 
Robert Greer 



Patrick Grimes 
Marissa Groves 
Lorena Guitron 
Charlie Haase 
Caree Hall 
Rhonda Haley 
Rebecca Hampton 



Colleen Harris 
Melissa Harty 
Corinne Hasenpusch 
Kan Hefner 
Suzanne Henry 
Margaret Hernandez 
Cathy Hmojos 



CLASS OF 1985- 
Advisor Chris Weber; 
Gina Andronica, 
Treasurer; Carla 
Lorenzetti, Secretary; 
Kma Gray, Vice- 
president; Patrick 
Grimes, President; 
Advisor Bruce 
Campion. 



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Freshmen Girls Visit Friends Before School 



Jeii Home 
Will Huber 
Jeff Huddlestan 
Debbie Hurst 
Colleen Hynes 
John Jackson 
David Jensen 



Renee' Jessen 
Sheila Jessen 
Homer Johnson 
Jim Johnson 
Joyce Johnson 
Leondra Johnson 
Steve Judy 



Nick Jungers 
Sabrina Kary 
Wendy Kendi 
Kim King 
Karla Kitterman 
Tammy Knorr 
Jenniier Kolkmann 



ALLISON MARTIN 
and Lon Butler talk to 
friends before school 




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/uc/y Krumhnde 
Carmen Kouhesiani 
Jennifer Kuhn 
Leslie Lanoy 
Robert Lawing 
Sonja Ledford 
Mark Liddington 



Robert Liddington 
Tim Liddington 
Mike Ligon 
Joann Lineker 
Karla Lorenzetti 
Robert Lucena 
Daniel Luna 



Steve Macy 
Jorge Magana 
Dawn Magnuson 
Colleen Mahoney 
Sean Maloon 
Debbie Margelony 
Mandy Marquez 



Allison Martin 
Gma Martin 
Lisa Martin 
Edgar Martinez 
Marina Martinez 
Mark Martinez 
Tony Martinez 



Lawernce Martins 
Tammy Matten 
Lynn McCausland 
Kelly McClellan 
Paul McCormick 
Theron McDaniel 
Barbara McKmney 



Tom Mecham 
Melissa Miguel 
Con Miller 
Michelle Moody 
Consuelo Moore 
Patty Morales 
Troy Mount 



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Audrea-Mia Murdoch 
Bonnie Nelson 
Mike Noble 
Harvey Norato 
Mike Nutt 
Evett Ochoa 
Mario Ochoa 



Darrell Odell 
Jim Orcutt 
Victor Orduno 
Ronald Orman 
Eric Osbom 
Gina Owen 
Jeff Pace 



Jonathan Pale 
David Parson 
Sharun Paririge 
Clayton Passey 
Robin Pastor 
Shannon Pastor 
Victor Pastrana 



Janice Paulson 
Jill Paulson 
Dianna Pell 
Paul Penn 
Anthony Perry 
Dawn Perryman 
Mark Peters 



Tami Piantanida 
Sam Piazza 
Natalie Podwys 
Heidi Poertner 
Melanie Potter 
Chris Powers 
David Price 



Kelly Pugh 
Maureen Purcell 
Scott Quesada 
Luis G. Ramirez 
Lupe Ramirez 
Yolanda Ramirez 
John Ramos 



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Freshmen Enjoy Sounds At Annual Barn Dance 




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Ronald Read 
Tracy Reed 
Tim Regan 
Suzette Riley 
Sandy Rios 
David Roberts 
Steven Roberts 



Mary Rodngues 
Tnsha Rogers 
Margie Romann 
Tame Roperi 
Vecky Rosm 
Diana Rowe 
Marni Russell 



Mariann Salluce 
Silivd Sancen 
Rene' Sanchez 
Jim Sanders 
Sandra Santiago 
Shern Shackelford 
Senna Shanti 




TINA CUTINO and 
Suzette Riley smile for 
the camera at the Barn 
Dance. 



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Freshmen Girls Show Off Fancy Cowboy Hats 



Jay Shelton 
Michelle Sherman 
Tami Sherman 
Cindy Simon 
Fred Simmons 
Doug Simpson 
Eric Simpson 



Paula Sisneroz 
Robert Slater 
Daryl Smith 
Dennis Smith 
Dm Smith 
Todd Smith 
Wayne Smith 



Adriann Solivan 
Robert S pence 
John Stead 
Jim Steelman 
Todd Stewart 
Michael S toner 
Raymond Stoner 



TAMI SHERMAN and 
Tnna Bonham give their 
tickets to Mike Mahoney 
as they walk in to the 
Barn Dance 




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Tami Sutton 
Christina Talbot 
Matt Tarvin 
Chene Thomas 
Jay Tobin 
Tabatha Toon 
Jennifer Tudhope 



Ron Turchie 
Serena Turchie 
Mary Valenzuela 
Carrie Van Horn 






» ■ -- !► David Vasquez 

^ \ i^ Lisa Viera 
^ . -4A i Shelley Viera 










Kim Vierra 
Paul Vonschopp 
Terri Wadnizak 
Malarie Ward 
Jeff Warner 
Tony Weatherford 
Micheal Weaver 



Scott Wilgenbush 
Scott Wilker 
Curtis Wilkins 
Denise Williams 
Randy Wilson 
Tom Wilson 
Tina Wirth 



Eric Wozniak 
Sheila Wozniak 
Daniel Zachatey 
Silva Zepeda 
Alices Zepeda 
Alicia Zesati 
Guillermma Zesati 



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SPORTS 



Walk With Us Through 



With the announcement of the Yearbook Award for the outstanding senior male and female athletes of the year, 
the sports picture had come full cycle again. , /w . /^. lu Aytr\r^r.^ 

Clint Colhurn had an outstanding year both in football (receiver) and track (Meet of Champions on the 440yard 
relay team) and was announced as male athlete at the Awards Assembly on June 6 , , > , , 

Finishing a fantastic four-year sports involvement, three-sport athlete. Holly Mikkelsen was selected as female 
athlete of the year. Holly excelled in volleyball, basketball and softball and broke the single gamescormg record m 
basketball as a senior. Combining physical attributes with an outstanding personality and drive. Holly was truly one 
of the finest female athletes to graduate from Liberty. „ , . , „ , . ,1, , ^ Kj^r-th 

North Coast was the key word as teams from wrestling, basketball and softball earned spots on the coveted North 
Coast Tournament schedule. Two wrestlers, Mario Ochoa and Anthony Orozco, earned second place finishes m the 
league meet and a trip to North Coast. After finishing a disappointing second in league the boys basketball team 
was awarded an "at-large" berth to North Coast where they were 1-1, losing to eventual State Champions Drake. 

The varsity softball team had a ragged start but came on to win 14 straight league games, the championship and a 
trip to North Coast where they won their first contest only to fall in the second one the next day. Coached by Jerry 
Miller and John Pitau, the girls mowed down the opposition with monotonous regularity. 

But it was with outstanding regularity that helped the girls junior varsity basketball and softball teams earn 
tremendous records and championships. Both teams did not not lose a single league garne. Coached by Laura 
Hamilton, the jv girls basketball team enjoyed a perfect league record on their way to their championship_But it was 
in jv softball thai perfection came to surface as Coach Rich Barrios guided the tearn to a 19-0 season. They never 

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They were awesome 



If you wanted excitement and drama in your championships, you neea oniy to iook a m^ uuy^ , v ^------" -""^• 

Coached by Athletic Director, Roy Ghiggeri, the boys had a good season but needed a victory m their final home 
game (and final game of the season) to share the co-championship. The game became a runaway as the other team 
outscored and led the Lions early and all of the first half In one of the greatest comebacks of all time, the jv. s kept 
their cool and inched their way to victory. How sweet it was when the final buzzer sounded and the coach and team 
errupted as they had pulled off a tremendous victory and co-championship. 

Although the varsity baseball team struggled most of the season they did come up with another championship 
Led by Coach Jerry Black, the Lions were able to keep their composure in a ram-delayed Alhambra taster 
Tournament and win the championship game for the second straight year (three in the last four V^f^^-^ 

And the varsity volleyball team, coached by Mr^. Sue Churchill, shared the league championships with Acalanes. 
They were led by most valuable player Shannon Thomas and Captain Holly Mikkelsen. . ..^ n.r^n 

Kenny Norris and Rickie Fisher vied for the number one spot on the golf team (with Norris winning) while Daren 

Moore was the number one man on the tennis team. ^, , „,,, ^ o j „ =^ 

Climaxing the sports year was the announcement of David Carver as the Scholar-Athlete. David was an 

outstanding trackster and enjoyed a fine average in the classroom. The award is presented annually by the 

Brentwood Lion's Club. , , ,^, /^o ^ i t ■u^r.t^ 

NOW WALK WITH US THROUGH the pictures and actions of the 81- 82 sports season at Liberty. 



68 



New Coach, Lilley, Guides FootbdU Team 




COACHES Dale 
Manning and Jerry 
Lilley intently study the 
action on the held. 



SKIRTING right end. Juan 
Chavez tries to outrun his 
Dons opponent at a home 
game. 




CLINT COLBURN and Ron Enos, co-captains, walk out before the game for the 
coin toss. This action was captured during the Homecoming festivities. The Lions 
were unsuccessful against Campolindo. 




VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM-TOP ROW: Coach Jerry Lilley, Cameron Chavez, Manuel Franco, Glenn Dejesus, Malcolm Kemp, Glenn 
Groseclose, Jeff Sapp, Stuart Fmley, Richard Blakely, Rich McCampbell, Clint Colburn, Coach Dale Manning, SECOND ROW: David Bristow, 
Fred Just, Tracy Hunt. Mike Simpson, Ron Enos, Steve Everard, John Last, John Berlin, John Ambrose, Alex Sanabria. BOTTOM ROW: John 
Salluce, Juan Chavez, Gilbert Gonzalez, Keith Thomas, Wall Matteri, David Olan, Matt Lombardi, Luis Diaz. Brent Cannon. 




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TRYING TO ELUDE a tack- 
le, number 12, Juan Chavez 
lights to get away. 



CONCENTRATING Quar- 
terback Stuart Finley is 
ready to unload the ball. 



SPRINTING downfield Cameron Cha- 
vez outruns his tackle in a game 
against Acalanes. 



HOLDING on to the ball Ron 
Enos waits lor the releree's call. 



WATCHING the snap, receiver Rich 
McCampbell begins to spring downfield. 





LIBERTY tacklers close down quickly 
on a Campolindo runner during the 
Homecoming Game played on 
Ohmstede Field. 



IN DEEP THOUGHT about the action on the 
field, Jeff Sapp watches the game at home from 
the sidelines. 






GOING in lor the tackle is Brent Cannon 
dnd Mike Simpson at a home game on 
Ohmstede lield. The Lions lost to Campo- 
lindo at Homecoming. 



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RECEIVING a kick-off, Lupe Dias fieads DODGING two Acalanes players Mike Mill- 
up field befiind the blocking of Troy Mar- er, quarterback, tries to advance after a bust- 
tin ed play. 



RUNNING BACK, Mike Clement, jogs COACH DENNIS HITCHENS, and 
on to the field at a home game against Carl Ditmars discuss their playing 
Acalanes. strategy on the field, during a time-out. 





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]V Team Works Hard On Fundamentals 




JV FOOTBALL TEAM- TOP ROW: Mike Miller. Mike Barr. Ken Miller, Kimber Ditmore, Rich Gregorcyk. Greg Payne. Richard Hinjos, Mark 
Galbreath. Carl Ditmars. Chris Berlmn. Coach Dennis Hitchens. SECOND ROW: Coach Mitch Ball, Jerry Martinez, Steve Haag, Brian Oraglia, Rickey 
Fisher. Jeff Wood. Mike Clement. David ILilburn. Lenny Balo. Leroy Defatus, Lupe Diaz. BOTTOM ROW: Dino Orozco, Troy Martin. George Craffery, 
Claude Curthiago. James Martinez. Mike Birge. Mark Casey. 




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TACKLING an Acalances Don is one of Liberty's 
players, while a few other players try to secure the 
tackle. 



PITCHING the ball out to a trailing half back. Mike 
Miller, quarterback, gets rid of the ball in a hurry. 



COACH Mitch Ball and football player Troy 
Martin watch the action from the sidelines. 





PUNTING the ball for the JV Football 
Team. Mike Clement tries to get his fellow 
players out of a hole. 



FAKING the hand-off to Carl Ditmars is 
quarterback Mike Miller. Blocking for 
Mike IS Greg Payne against Campolindo. 



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Frosh Dump Acalanes 20-2 To Open Season 



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WATCHING the action is Fred Simmon, Peter Carvajal, Ron Gallegos, PETE CARVAJAL makes a terrific over the shoulder catch as an 

Tom Mecham, and Ross Farrow, Kim King, Sabrina Kerry, Noel Clement. Alameda player comes up to try to jar the ball loose. The Frosh were 

playing this game at home. 





FROSH FOOTBALL 






SCOREBOARD 




LIBi 


ERTY OPPONENT 
Acalanes 2 


20 


12 


Miramonte 


18 


6 


Campolindo 


16 


7 


Las Lomas 


36 


6 


Alhambra 


14 





*Alameda 

Season Record 

1-4-1 

* non-league 







FROSH FOOTBALL TEAM: TOP ROW: Coach Greg Chapel, Scott^Wilgenbush, Keith 
Chavez, Tom Mecham, Craig Robbins, Scott Flexmg, Donald Chester, Paul Simoni, Mark 
Liddmgton, Matt Carr, Fred Simmons, Mark Peters, Eric Cardua, Ryan Berry. SECOND 
ROW: Coach Jose Oseguera, Drew Smith, jell Doughty, Mario Ochoa, Shawn Bell, Randy 
Wilson; THIRD RO W: Coach Tim Byers, Jerry Burkhardt, Ruben Gonzales, Peter Carvajal, 
Ray Cruz, Leon Archer, Rod Gallegos, Chris Berumen, Victor Orduno, Randy Callahan, 
Mike Ligon, Robert Slater, Frank Felipe, Tim Reagan, Coach Tim Zahn. BOTTOM ROW: 
Doug Simpson, Nick Jungers, Corkey Wilkens.Daryl ODell, Jon Ramos, Tom Wilson, Tim 
Liddmgton, Robert Liddington, Ron Turchie, Jeff Pace, Tony Martinez. 



RON GALLEGOS stares into space in a mo- 
ment of reflection at a frosh football game 
played at home. 




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GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY: VARSITY BOYS CC Jog tor the Photogra- 
girls run lor the camera. pher. 





GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY: TOP ROW: Wendy Ashby, Susan West, 
Rosalie Cabral, BOTTOM ROW: Evette Orchoa, Chns Appelby. 



VARSITY BOYS CROSS COUNTRY 






SCOREBOARD 




LIBERTY 


OPPONENT 


25 


Foothill 


32 


34 


Livermore 


23 


30 


Antioch 


29 


34 


Alcalanes 


23 


33 


Campolindo 


25 


39 


Miramonte 


21 


30 


Alhambra 


26 


35 


Las Lomas 

Season Record 

W L 

I 7 

*non-Ieague 

GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY 
SCOREBOARD 


20 


LIBERTY 


OPPONENT 


Forfeit 


Livermore 


20 


Forfeit 


Antioch 


16 


47 


Acalanes . 


15 


51 


Campolindo 


16 


39 


Las Lomas 


19 


48 


Miramonte 


15 


39 


Alhambra 


19 




Season Record 






W L 






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* non -league 





BOYS CROSS COUNTRY TEAM ■ TOP ROW: David Carver, Bill 
Johnson, Roger Short, Joel Acosta, Coach Keith Dawson. BOT- 
TOM ROW: Richard Mendoza, Jim Myers, Chris Kresky. 



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Smith, Thomas Head Varsity Volleyball Team 




VARSITY VOLLEYBALL TEAM- Top Row: Manager Lmagh Clements, Chansse Frazier, Lma Ramos 
Terry Smith. Coach Sue Churchill Bottom Row: Alana Roderick, Holly Mikkelsen, Shannon 
Thomas, Yvonne Branscum, Linda Standridge. 



HOLLY MIKKLESEN sets BLOCKING against 
up the ball for her team- Acalanes is outstanding 
mates to spike. Holly Mikkelsen. 




ALL- LEAGUE volleyball player Shannon Thom- 
as stretches up to bump the ball back to her 

BOTH Shannon Thomas and Terry 
Smith go up to block the ball against 
Acalanes. 



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LINDA STANDRIDGE sets the ball deep in USING her height to good ad- CELEBRATING a well-earned CHARISSE FRAZIER watches 
the back court at a home contest in Stone- vantage, Shannon Thomas victory, the varsity team sur- Holly Mikkelsen slam one back 
barger Gym. serves a hard one. rounds their coach. across the net. 



VARSITY VOLLEYBALL 




SCOREBOARD 


) 


LIBERTY 


OPPONENT -i 


15/ 6/17 


*Antioch 


9/15/19 « 


10/14 


*Granada 


15/16 


15/15 


"Pittsburg 


13/9 


8/15/15 


Miramonte 


15/ 8/13 


5/15/15 


Campolindo 


15/10/12 


15/15 


Las Lomas 


5/12 


12/ 6 


Acalanes 


15/15 


15/15 


Alhambra 


5/4 


5/15/ 6 


Campolindo 


15/13/15 


15/15 


Las Lomas 


8/3 


3/16/15 


Acalanes 


15/14/13 


15/ 8/16 


Alhambra 


8/15/14 


SEASON RECORD | 




W L 






9 5 






*non-league 







SHANNON THOMAS, an all 
league selection this year, leaps 
high into the air to block a spike 
from her Acalanes opponent. 



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JV VOLLEYBALL TEAM- TOP ROW: Maryann Hyland, Kathy Selaya, Coach Jo Tennant, Joyce Johnson, Nancy Burnett BOTTOM ROW: Laune 
Marshall Carmen Kouhestani, Lisa Byer. Marina Martinez, Monica Carvajal, Gloria Fajardo 




MARYANN HYLAND set up the ball 
as the referee watches for a net viola- 
tion. 



SPIKING the ball over the net, 
Monica Carvajal scores a point 
for the JV's. 



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Monica Cdrvdjdl Leads As Top IV Player 




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LAURIE MARSHALL shows KATHY SELAYA steps m SERVING the baU, Gloria MONICA CARVAJAL digs the FOLLOWING through, 
determination as she sets Iront ol Monica Carvajal to Fajarado concentrates on ball as Maryann Hyland watches Maryann Hyland watches 
the ball set up. getting it over. the action at home. the ball. 




JV VOLLEYBALL 


1 SCOREBOARD 




" LIBERTY OPPONENT \ 


9/15/ 9 *Antioch 


15/ 3/15 


15/15 *Pittsburg 


4/13 


10/15/15 *CalHomia 


4/ 6 


15/15 "Antioch Jr. High 9/ 5 | 


15/16 Miramonie 


3/14 


15/15 Campolindo 


9/11 


15/15 Las Lamas 


4/ 4 


4/15/ 8 Acalanes 


15/ 9/15 


15/15 Alhambra 


5/ 3 


15/12/15 Miramonte 


11/15/ 5 


15/14/11 Campolindo 


4/16/15- 


15/15 Las Lamas 


11/ 2 


10/16/15 Acalanes 


15/14/ 7 


15/15 Alhambra 


1/7 


SEASON'S RECORD 


W L 




11 4 




* non-league 


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TERRY GLENN puts it up as JEFF LASHER does a re- REYNOLDO CHAVAR- ARCHING high. David Wm- SHOOTING tom the top of the 
Matt Wilgenbush looks on. verse lay-up against Mira- ELLA watches as his shot is Ihrop pops a jumper for two key, Cameron Chavez tries two 
monte. blocked. points at home. more. 




Varsity Team Earns Spot To North Coast 



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BOYS VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM - TOP ROW: Saul Gonzalez, Paul Robles, Reynold Chavarella. 
Cameron Chavez, Jell Lasher, David Galbraith, Matt Wilgenbush, Jeff Parks, David Wmthrop, Terry 
Glenn, Johnny Guzman, Gilbert Gonzalez, Francisco Serrano. BOTTOM ROW: Kevin Schwitters, Coach 
Jerry Miller, Sean Schwitters, Coach Robert Pato. 




FORWARD David Galbraith uses his inside posi- 
tion to excellent advantage as he scores against 
Granada. 



MOST VALUABLE PLAYER, Matt Wilgenbush re- 
bounds inside against the Matadors m Stonebarger 
Gym. 



BOYS VARSITY BASKETBALL 




SCOREBOARD 




LIBERTY OPPONENT 


66 


*Concord 


59 


63 


'Granada 


43 


55 


*Clayion Valley 


69 


77 


'Pleasant Valley^ 


56 


56 


'Hiram Johnson 


53 


51 


'American 


52 


59 


'Pittsburg 


45 


66 


'Tracy 


53 


59 


'Livermore 


40 


74 


'Dublin 


59 


58 


'California 


43 


38 


'Fremont Christian 


57 


68 


'Manteca 


62 


56 


'Oakland High 


38 


47 


Alhambra 


49 


58 


Miramonte 


41 


59 


Las Lomas 


46 


64 


Acalanes 


53 


49 


Campolindo 


44 


46 


Alhambra 


41 


52 


Miramonte 


55 


71 


Acalanes 


51 


62 


Las Lomas 


53 


44 


Campolindo 


52 


83 


Campolindo 


63 


50 


Miramonte 


46 


44 


Miramonte 


45 


43 


* 'Piedmont 


36 


57 


"Drake 

'non-league 

"North Coast 

SEASON RECORD 

W L T 
21 8 


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GILBERT GONZALEZ arches the ball 
over his Granada opponent's out- 
stretched hands at home. 




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JV's Win Championship With Final Gdme 




WATCHING Mike Miller going up for 
two is d Granada opponent and Jim 
Penna 



TRYING to keep the ball away from his Gra- SHOOTING from the side of the court is Mike Clement, 
nada opponent is the only freshman player at a home match. Mike and the rest of the team had a 
Scott Wilgenbush. good year. 




GOING up for two is Jim Penna, while 
Mike Clement and some Granada players 
watch. 



TRYING to add two more points to the score board is Al 
Garcia, while Mike Miller and a Granada player watch 
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BOYS JV BASKETBALL 




SCOREBOARD 




LIBERTY OPPONENT 


41 


*Aunador 


42 


68 
47 


*Concord 
*Granada 


41 
30 


49 


*Clatyon Valley 


44 


44 


*Pittsburg 


59 


50 


*San Ramon 


35 


50 


*Logan 


43 


37 


*Moreau 


77 


38 


*Livermore 


30 


60 


*Manteca 


48 


47 


*Oakland High 


54 


62 


Alhambra 


28 


46 


Miramonte 


38 


49 


Las Lomas 


40 


48 


Acalanes 


50 


51 


Campolindo 


59 


68 


Alhambra 


56 


66 


Miramonte 


44 


66 


Acalanes 


58 


37 


Las Lomas 


33 


52 


Campolindo 


47 




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JV BASKETBALL TOP ROW: Coach Roy Ghiggeh, Jim Penna, Rick Fisher. Miguel Oliva, Al 
Garcia, Scott Wilgenbush, Mike Miller, Avelino Sandoval, Mike Clement, Raul Arroyos, Brian 
Dodge. BOTTOM ROW: Mario Oseguera, Ted Sciortino, Mark Casey, George Serrano. 



MIKE MILLER, shoots GOING up for two is 
while Mario Oseguera Jim Penna while #44 
watches. from Granada touls. 



TRYING to put two more points on the score- 
UP m the air and shooting {or two is Mario ^°''''^ ^ '« ,^'^^ Clement, while Scott Wilgen- 
Oseguera, while #44 from Granada watches. ^"''^ ^°°^® °^- 




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CHRIS SCHENDEL arches a high jumper CHRIS BERUMEN shoots up a jumper CONTROLLING the jump ball tip, Matt Carr bats the ball 
Irom the top of the key and over a lunging (or two points. Other frosh players toward one oi his teammates. This action was at home. 
Matador. block out. 




JOHN DIXON passes off to a teammate and moves to set up a play; the frosh won 
four. 



TRYING to fake out his Miramonte opponent, Chris Beru- 
men looks for an open man. 







Berumen, Coelho Pace Frosh Team 




CHRIS BERUMEN slides by a Mir- ALL EYES watch the (light of 
amonte player for a short jump the tipped ball m Stonebarger 
shot. Gym. 





JOHN COELHO puts up a lay-up MATT CARR waits for 
for two points at home against Mir- someone to break open 
amonte. to pass to at home. 





MA TT CARR signals to Chris Schendel to pass him the 
ball as the rest of the team watches from the bench. 



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DEBBIE GEYSER puts up the ball in an effort to 
score over a blocking Acalanes player, at home. 



ACALANES players arrive too late as Val- 
erie Poerio pops a little short jumper in for 
two points. 



SHANNON THOMAS, captain winner, 
shows fine form as she out hustles her 
opponents for two. 




GIRLS VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM: Tavane Mason, Diana Brandt, Debbie 
Geyser, Jenna Rodgers, Valerie Poerio, Shannon Thomas, Holly Mikkelson, 
Angie Gallegos, Rosalie Cabral, Judy Byer, Coach John Rodgers. 




VALERIE POERIO shoots from the side as 
Rosalie Cabral checks the position of the Mir- 
amonie center. 



BRINGING the ball up court, Judy Byer 
checks out the zone defense of the Miramonte 
Matadors. 




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Mikkelsen, Thomds Share Top Varsity Honors 





MOST VALUABLE PLAYER, Holly Mikkelson struggles to shoot 
against her much taller opponent. Holly set a single game scoring 
record with 27 points. 



VIRTUALLY SURROUNDED by the Miramonte Matadors. Shannon 
Thomas grimaces as she shoots for two points. Shannon was selected as 
captain. 




DEBBIE GEYSER, the only freshmen EVERYONES' EYES are on the ball 

on the varsity team, drives hard as Liberty hopes for a basket and 

against her Acalanes opponent. The Miramonte waits for a rebound. 
"Flash" worked hard. 



JENNA RODGERS, daughter 
of the varsity coach, carefully 
concentrates as she manuevers 
around her opponent. 



HOLLY MIKKELSON looks 
pained as she has no shot and 
needs an outlet with no teammates 
m sight. 




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GIRLS JV BASKETBALL: Susan Earnest, Tammy Timms, Chris Appleby, Laura Goldman, Con 
Miller, Gina Gonzalez, Nancy Sizemore, Coach Laura Hamilton. BOTTOM ROW: Tami Matteri, 
Mimi Appleby, Manna Martinez, Crystal Ribeiro, Monica Carvajal. 



TAMMY TIMMS jumps up and starts to shoot for 
2 while Gma Gonzales and their Acalanes oppo- 
nents watch. 




TAMI MATTERI shoots for two as her Acalanes' opponent 
goes down the court for a possible rebound. 



GINA GONZALEZ dribbles down 
court against Acalanes as Tammy Mat- 
teri sets up. 



SHOOTING from the side is Con Mill- 
er while Laura Goldman and Acalanes 
players wait. 



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while an Acalanes player tries to block her. 




]Y Girls Earn Championship With 10-0 Record 




MOST IMPROVED PLA YER lor the ]Vs. Laura Gold- LAURA GOLDMAN shoots lor two as the JV girls go CHRIS APPLEBY watches the center lor an 
man jumps lor the rebound as Nancy Sizemore looks on undeleated and won the Championship outright this open player to pass to against the Acalanes 
at home. season. Dons. 




OUTHUSTLING her Acalanes Dons opponents. Crystal Ri- 
beiro takes the ball all the way in lor two-points lay-up. 



CORl MILLER goes between two opponents as she 
shoots one ol her patented short jumpers. 



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TRYING to take his man down for points Roger ANTHONY OROZCO tries to roll his oppo- LEONARD POMPA tries to escape from a leg 
Sfiort grasps a wrist and elbow at the league nent over and pm him as the referee intently hold as he struggles to wrestle his league oppo- 
meet. watches the action. nent to the mat. 




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ROD GALLEGOS has his league opponent CIRCLING his heavyweight opponent Leonard 
in a precarious position as the referee checks Pompa looks for a slight opening to move in for 
for a pin. an advantage. 



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Orozco, Ochod Earn North Coast Berths 




WRESTLING TEAM-TOP ROW, Coach Greg Chappel, Richard Blakley , Eddie Shelton, John Stead, Leonard Pompa, Glen Grosclose, Malcolm Kemp, 
Rodger Short MIDDLE ROW: Manuel Franco, David Hilburn, Anthony Orozco, Rod Gallegos, Darrel Vegas, Walt Matteri, Richard Grahn. BOTTOM 
ROW: Jay Shelton, Darrel Odell, Angel Barros, Mario Ochoa, Ron Turchie, David Parsons, Rodney Thormelen, Scott Joksch. 




ANGEL BARROS puts an arm and head hold on 
his opponent as he works lor the pin and another 
victory. 



ROLLING his opponent, 
Glenn Grosclose tries for a 
near pin to earn points. 



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JOHN STEAD has his man 
in cradle and eventually 
pins him for a victory. 



MARIO OCHOA earns points for 
a escape in the league finals at Li- 
berty. 



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VARSITY TRACK 
SCOREBOARD 

Liberty 

58 *Livermore 7(_ 
73 *Foothill & Logan 53/44 

73 Campohndo 63 

57 Los Lomas 78 

69 Miramonte 66 

76 Alhambra 59 

50 Acalanes 85 



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RICHARD HINOJOS leads Kevin Morrow MARLIN CRAWFORD leaves the blocks at 
by almost a full hurdle as both trail against the start of the 220. Marlin had a line year in 
Acalanes. track. 





DA VID CARVER paces ANTHONY BUCKLER flies 
himself m the mile run at through the air in the long 
home. jump. 



VARSITY TRACK TEAM TOP ROW-Coach Keith Dawson, Butch Thurlow, Marlin Craw- 
ford, Richard Hmojos, Tom Friday, Spencer Hyland, Richard Mendoza, SECOND ROW- 
Darren Hanson, Kevin Morrow, Mark Shell, John Ambrose, Jim Myers, David Carver, Clint 
Colburn. BOTTOM ROW-Anthony Buckler, Juan Chavez, Coach Homer Briseno. 






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Crawford, Colburn Head Varsity Track Team 






FROSH-SOPH 






SCOREBOARD 




Liberty 




42 


*Livermore 


88 


26 


*FoothiIl & Logan 


57/86 


27 


*Antioch Jr. High 


91 


62 


Campolindo 


74 


56 


Las Lomas 


75 


24 


Miramonte 


111 


48 


Alhambra 


'88 


34 


Acalanes 

*non- league 


98 




SEASON RECORD 




W L 






7 





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DAVID ROBERTS clears the low CLAUDE OURTHIAGUE clears the MARK PETERS warms up 
hurdle in this 70 yard race at home. low hurdle and tries to catch his Aca- throwing the discus at an away 

lanes opponent. track meet. 





FROSHSOPH TRACK TEAM: TOP ROW-Coach Keith Dawson. Mark Peters, 
Matt Warner, Troy Mount, SECOND ROW-David Dias, Randy Wilson, David 
Roberts, Nick lungers, Craig Simmons, Mike Noble, Steve Macey, Mike Birge, 
Lupe Diaz, BOTTOM ROW-Mike Blubaugh, Tony Martinez, Gregg Hoch- 
derlier, Jerry Martinez, Coach Homer Briseno, Claude Ourthiague. 







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Girls' Track Team Wins 5, Loses 3 




DIANA BRANDT shows great concen- 
tration as she tries to pick up ground 
against Acalanes. 





GIRLS TRACK 






SCOREBOARD 




LIBERTY OPPONENT \ 


43 


*Livermore 


83 


51 


* Foothill /Logan 


10/88 


33 


*AntJoch Jr. High/ 
Park 


74/47 


26 


Campolindo 


91 


19 


Miramonte 


103 


65 


Las Lomas 


61 


78 


Alhambra 


43 


42 


Acalanes 

SEASON RECORD 
W 

3 8 
*non -league 


83 




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STRETCHING (or every extra JENNIFER KUHN tries to clear SUNNY PISENTI lollows through 
inch, Connie Carreon does the the bar m the high jump at as she throws the discus at an away 
long jump. home. ^gg/ 



GIRLS' TRACK TEAM: TOP ROW-Coach Keith Dawson, Susan West, Kris Frigard, Kim 
Vierra, Jenniler Kuhn, Mariana Martinez, Vickie Blevms, Dianna Brandt, Yvette Ochoa. SEC- 
OND ROW-Rosahe Cabral, Amelia Pompa, Sunny Pisenti, Dannette Lunshrd, Bonnie Nelson, 
Sally Duarte. BOTTOM ROW-Connie Carreon, Kim Leeper, Coach Homer Briseno, Crystal 
Ribeiro. 




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DIANNA BRANDT tries to make up ASSISTANT COACH. Homer Bn- CLEARING the hurdle, Yvette TALKING about their events 
ground in this running event at an seno chats with some girls at an Ochoa concentrates on the next are a tew ol the members ol the 
away meet. away meet. one. girls track team. 




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Varsity Captures Alhamhrd Tourney Yet Again 




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TONY AMARAL takes a lew GREG DOENCH scratches his WAITING lor the pitch, Mario DeLaGarza intently studies the opposing 
warm-up tosses as Kirk Shanks head as CliII Graves moves back to pitcher. The highlight ol the varsity season was a second straight first place 
waits at third. his position at short. finish in the Alhambra tournament. 




VARSITY BASEBALL TEAM: TOP ROW -Steve Everard, Kirk Shanks, Reyn- 
old Chavarella, Eric Weeks, Keith Thomas, Terry Glenn, Mike Mederos. 
BOTTOM ROW-Iimmy Pena, Cliff Graves, Greg Doench, Vernon Fajardo, 
Tony Ramirez, Tony Amaral, Mario De LaGarza, Coach Jerry Black. 



WITH A MAN ON FIRST Tony TONY RAMIREZ takes a minute to 
Amaral is forced to pitch from catch his breath shortly after reach- 
the stretch position. ing second. 




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KEITH THOMAS takes a slight lead oil first and watches the pitcher 
carefully. Keith plays catcher and had reached base with a sharp single 
against top-ranked Campolmdo. 




THROWING the ball to hrst during COACH JERRY BLACK signals 
warm-ups is Mario DeLaGarza at what he wants the batter to do 
home. next. 




MIKE MEDEROS waits "m the hole" lor his turn to bat against Campo- 
lindo. 





VARSITY BASEBALL 






SCOREBOARD 




LIBERTY 




OPPONENT 


4 


*aayton Valley 


7 


3 


*Rio Vista 





9 


*Pittsburg 


6 





*Aniioch 


7 


2 


Alhambra 


3 





Acalanes 


10 


1 


Miramonte 


4 





LasLomas 


2 


12 


Alhambra 


3 


4 


*Pittsburg 


3 


4 


*Alhambra 


3 


4 


*Miramonte 





3 


Acalanes 


1 


3 


Campolindo 


4 


2 


Miramonte 


11 


4 


LasLomas 


2 


1 


Alhambra 


3 


3 


Acalanes 


4 


8 


Campolindo 


9 





Miramonte 


8 


6 


LasLomas 


7 


3 


SEASON RECORD 

W L 

8 14 

*non-league 


7 




LEFTY, Greg Doench, comes in 
hard m a game played on the Li- 
berty diamond. 




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COACH VIC THORNHILL intently watches the action GOING high into the air. Mark Casey RALPH SANABRIA comes m with a good fast 
from his third base position. Vic coaches the jv's and takes a throw from his left fielder as Darin t)aU on the Lions' home diamond. The jv's 
teaches at Edna Hill. Berumen watches. had a tough season. 




MIKE MILLER takes the throw at first DA VID OLAN checks the signals with 

». base to keep the Acalanes opponent Mr. Vic Thornhill at his third base 
■ ; from getting on. coaching position. 



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JV's Struggle During Wet Spring Season 




MIKE CLEMENT stands near first base and BA TTER and pitcher watch the ball. Ralph Sana- 
PITCHING (ram the stretch with a runner on '"^'^^ °^^'' '^® signals with David Olan who is bria throws hard as the j.v. s play on the varsity 
first, Ralph Sanabna concentrates on getting the ^^^"^'3 as coach. diamond, 

flatter to ground out. 

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/. V. BASEBALL TEAM, TOP ROW-Lance Renardt, Mike Clement, Paul Simoni, Mike 
Miller, Lance Shultz, Tracy Hunt, Coach Vic Thornhill. SECOND ROW Jeff Pace, Mark 
Casey, Jamie Juarez, Chris Brumen, Ralph Sanabna, Steve Haag. FRONT ROW-Kmo 
Orozco, Paul McCormick, Santos Tobar, Daren Brumen, Mike Simanek, John Coelho. 



MIKE MILLER keeps his foot on the bag as he 
waits for a throw from his shortstop. 



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V>li?S/rr SOFTBALL TEAM: TOP ROW-Assisfanf Coach John Pitau, Laurie Bernal, Wendy Ashby. Holly Mikkelson, Shannon Thomas, Alana 
Roderick. Pam Valencia, Theresa Vera, Coach Jerry Miller. BOTTOM ROW-Maria Carmona, Judy Byer, Lina Ramos, Letty Granado, Charisse Frazier. 




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LETTY GRANADO looks on from SLIDING into home base and get- 
the on-deck circle as Charisse Era- ting tagged out by the catcher is 
zier swings. Holly Mikkelson. 







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GETTING ready lor the ball to COACH JERRY MILLER confers 
come to the plate is center-field with his players on a defensive 
player Judy Byer. change. 



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102 




Varsity Captures FAL Championship 




WALKING over to Alana Roderick to discuss the THROWING to her next batter is Alana Roder- 
umpire s last call are Shannon Thomas, Holly Mikkel- ick, while Shannon Thomas gets ready for the 
sen, and Chris Appleby. ball. 





VARSITY pitcher Alana Roderick waits to 
throw her next pitch to her new batter. 



SLIDING into home. Holly Mikkelsen scores another run lor the Lions. Alter a poor start the girls came on 
strong winning 14-in-a-row in league to capture the FAL Championship. They earned an outright berth to 
North Coast where they won their first game but fell to Manna m the second contest. 

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SCOREBOARD 


LIBERTY OPPONENT 


4 


*Frx-Jhi!l 5 


8 


'Granada 8 


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'Pittsburg 2 


2 


A I ham bra 3 





Campohndo 2 


14 


Miramonte 





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12 


Acalanes 3 


4 


Acalanes 3 


2 


Campolindo ^ 


12 


Miramonte 2 


8 


Las Lamas ^ 


12 


Las Lomas 5 


6 


Alhambra 


18 


Acalanes 2 


10 


Alhambra 


10 


Campohndo 9 


8 


Miramonte 6 


8 


Las Lomas 7 




SEASON RECORD 




W L T 




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GINA GONZALEZ fires an underhand pitch as third Ik 
baseman Nancy Burnett prepares {or a possible bunt. ,.. " '{>. ,^,-. 



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/.K. SOFTBALL TEAM: TOP ROW - Debbie Geyser, Con Miller, Gma Gonzalez, Carmen 
Kauhestani, Kim King, Nancy Sizemore, Joyce Johnson, Coach Rich Barrios BOTTOM ROW - 
Manette Joksch, Christine Kowalski, Noel Clement, Mary Ann Hyland, Nancy Burnett. Lisa Byer 



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SHORTSTOP Debbie Geyser keeps alert as an oppos- 
ing teammate waits (or a chance to steal to third base. 



CENTER FIEER Kim King catches a fly ball 
with hopes of making a good throw back to 
the mfield. 




SLfDJNG on a steal to second base Lisa Byer J. V. SOFTBALL players walk to congratulate 
passes through two rivals. the other team for a well played game. 







104 



JV's Win Championship With 19-0 Record 




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BUNTING the ball down the third base line is COACH BARRIOS talks to his JV team before 
Manette Joksch as she begins to sprint towards the starting of the game. The JV team was unde- 
first base. feated this season. 




JV GIRLS congratulate Los Lomas for 
playing a swell game which the Knights 
lost by nine runs. 



LISA BYER and Gina Sapp and other 
players watch the game from the side- 
lines. 



POINTING to the base runner to hold up 
at third is Coach Rich Barrios. 



CHRIS KOWASKI pitches a fast ball as Lisa Byer watches 
for the flatter to hit the ball and watching the runner on first. 




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DEREK EISENBEIS reaches out to return 6 
high bouncer. This action was captured on 
the Lion s home court. 



TIM HALLADA Y slams a serve cross-court on his ONE of the four left-handed players on the 
first try and then moves to receive the anticipated team, Greg Jones leaves his feet to return a 
return. serve. 




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ready before he serves the ball at the Lion 's 
home court. 



DEREK EISENBEIS and Greg Jones ham it up for the DAREN MOORE returns the ball with a nice 
annual staff photographer before a home match. back hand. Daren was the number one player 

on the team. 



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D. Moore Leads Team As No. 1 Player 





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BOYS' TENNIS TEAM: Coach Gerald Crawford, Tim Halladay, Daren Moore, SCOOPING up a backhand is f^^f^ ^hUhanTltTwatcTes 

Greg Jones. Mike Emerson, Ed Knecht, Mark Ausk. Tim Halladay in a match played 

on our courts. 

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NUMBER ONE PLAYER, Daren Moore, waits LEAVING his feet Ed Knecht slams a lelt- DEREK EISENBEIS uses a two-handed, back- 
with anticipation as the ball is served on Liberty's handed serve across the net. hand stroke to scoop up the ball and return it m 

court. <3n away meet. 



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GOLF COACH, Herb Scott, lias a short iron in his 
hand as he walks up to the sixteenth green for his 
second shot. 




KENNY NORRIS follows through as he blasts his way LINING up putts on seventeen are Coach Herb 
out of a sand trap on the eighteenth hole at Bethel Scott, Rickey Fisher and Kenny Norris. 
Island. 




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Fisher is pleased with his effort on II. 



WATCHING Coach Scott keep his head 
down as he tees off on 16 is Rickey Fisher. 





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Norris, Fisher Vie For No. 1 Slot In Golf 




BRIAN BA UDE watches the Bight of his ball as he 
comes out of the trap nicely at the 1 1th green. 




CHIPPING, Rickey Fisher watches to see 
where his ball will land at the Lion 's home 
course. 



BRIAN BA UDE watches as his ball drops for a 
nice putt of seven feet on the 1 1th tor a sa vmg 
par. 




KEEPING his head down, Brian Baude nego^ AFTER sinking his putt on 11, Kenny Norris, the 
tiates a short chip on ^12 on the back nine at number one man on the golf team; prepares to move 
B-^- to the 12th tee. 



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Photos Capture Sports' Picture At Liberty 

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Mdrtinez Assists With Rally Squad 




VARSITY CHEERLEADERS: Veronica Torres, Margur- JULIE BIDDLE and Tern CAUGHT in a 

ita N'ercado, Deneen Keeney, Julie Winthrop, Gia Gil- Lorenzetii play Guardian reflective mood is 

son. Angels. Deneen Keeney. 





MASCOTS, Chants Kurtz and POSING before the Homecom- 
Terri Lorenzetti, ride a motorcycle mg Poster are the Varsity 
at a football game. Cheerleaders. 



SHELIA PERKINS, Julie Kalinowski and Kathy Perez help cheer the seniors 
on at The Homecoming Rally. 




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JULIE HEITMEYER, Patty Marotz, and Jenni Conn hold up the victory 
sign at the conclusion of the Homecoming Rally where Ruben Garcia 
was crowned King. 





MAJORETTES lor the Liberty Union High School Marching Band are 
Cindy Price, Teresa Carter, Stephanie Silva and Debbie Hurst posed in 
the band room. 



RESTING at the halltime ol a irosh basketball game in Stonebarger 
Gymnasium are their cheerleaders Kim King and Melissa Bevill. 





SHELL Y PINKSTON Gina Gonzales, and Paula Amerson show their 
spirit m front of the sophomore section at the conclusion of the Home- 
coming Rally. 



SONGLEADERS ■ TOP ROW: Patty Marotz, Jenni Conn, Julie Kalmowski; 
SECOND ROW: Juhe Heitmeyer; BOTTOM ROW: Nadma Gonzales, Shelia 
Perkins. 



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DRESSED in fiery gold dresses the four majorettes flash the victory 
sign at the Homecoming Game on Ohmstede Field. 



JUNIOR VARSITY CHEERLEADERS - TOP ROW: Tom Campbell, Paula Amer- 
son; BOTTOM ROW: Kris Frigard, Shelly Pmkston, Shawna Lance. 





SHELLY PINKSTON and Paula Amerson strike a pretty pose for 
the annual staff photographer m Stonebarger Gym. 



MASCOTS: Chants Kurtz and Tern Lor- 
enzetti pose in the Brentwood City Park 
for Don Barrios. 



RALLY SQUAD members sit with 
some of the football players at 
lunch time. 






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Debbie Hurst and Theresa Carter in Stonebarger Gym. 

MARGARITA MERCADO and Gia Gilson smile hap- 
pily during a home football contest on Ohmstede Field. 



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Rally Squad Members Attend Camp In Santa Cruz 




RALLY SQUAD members nde m the J. V. CHEERLEADERS work to- FROSH CHEERLEADERS: 
back of a pickup during the Home- gether at a home football con- Sherry Elkms, Kim King, and 
coming Parade. test to raise spirit. Melissa Bevill. 



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POSING on the slide in the Brentwood City Park are 
Jenni Conn, Sheha Perkins, Julie Kalinowski, Patty Mar- 
otz, and Julie Heitmeyer, songleaders. 



ALL TOGETHER, the Rally Squad members 
pose on the jungle gym at the Brentwood City 
Park. 





CAPTURED in a reflective mood, Tern Lorenzetti stares 
into space as she waits for the pro to take her formal 
picture. 

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Walk With Us Through 



ACTIVITIES 



Homecoming was the highlight of the year while the Barn Dance was the most popular activity lor fall semester. 
But it was the Soph Hop/Junior Prom that saw beauty in the students. 

The Homecoming tradition was strengthened further this year as Ruben Garcia was crowned king during the 
Rally and Wendy Ashby was announced as queen at halitime ceremonies. The other lour top girls were Charisse 
Frazier, Angle Gallegos, Holly Mikkelsen, Shannon Thomas, while Chante Kurtz, Sheila Bacchini, Kathy deFre- 
mery, Nancy Gemetti, and Deneen Keeney rounded out the court. Float winners were announced as: First- Class of 
84, Second-Class of 83, Third-Class of 82. The junior Class captured the most points and won the Spirit Trophy. As 
usual we had a week on contests and activities during Homecoming that helped keep spirits high. 

The formal and semi-formal dances. Soph Hop/Junior Prom and Senior Ball, brought out the best in most 
students as they dressed up and had a good time. The Senior Class of 82 held their Senior Ball at the Turf Club. 
With the theme 'Sweet Dreams" the seniors employed a DJ for part of the dance and the band Metro for the other. 
Decked out in tuxedos and long dresses, the seniors enjoyed good food, good music, and good company. 

The Classes of 83 and 84 chose 'Fantastic Voyage" as its theme and turned the Cafeteria complex into a 
delightful area for dancing and visiting. The top candidates for Soph Hop King and queen were David Hilburn, 
Mario Oseguera, Claude Ourthiague, Dion Orozco, Mike Miller, Manette Joksch, Aimee Vasta, Shelley St.John, 
Shelly Pinkston, and Toni Campbell. Shelly St.John and Mike Miller were announced as the winners. 

The following were announced as Senior Awards winners on June 6th during the Awards Assembly: 
Alice Adams, Cal Grant B, Brentwood Women 's club Scholarship; Milargros Argueta, Cal Grant B; Wendy Ashby, 
LUHS Memorial Scholarship; Pamela Barbe, Delta Art Award, Brentwood Women 's Club art Award; Jennifer Barr, 
Jenny Lind Vocal Award, B of A Achievement Award; Kevin Bell, DVC Physical Science Scholarship; Tawn Berg, 
LUHS Memorial Scholarship; Troy Berg, B of A Achievement Award; Joseph Borges, B of A Achievement Award; 
Anthony Buckler, B of A Achievement Award, Alex Chaverella Memorial Scholarship; David Carver Brentwood 
Lions' Club "Pat Callaghan" Award, B of A Achievement Award, Brentwood Lions' Scholar- Athlete Award, LUHS 
CSF Scholarship, Tom Milan Memorial Scholarship; Jose Castillo, B of A Achievement Award, Cal Grant B, Cal 
Grant A. LUHS Science & Technology Scholarship; Rosalva Ceja, Mexican Benevolant Scholarship; Cherie 
Christlock, B.I. Women 's Club Scholarship; Tammy Clark, Edward and Elizabeth Conner Scholarship; Sharon 
Cochran, B of A Achievement Award, LUHS General Scholarship; Clinton Colburn, Yearbook Athlete of the year; 
Kandoline Coleman, Edward and Elizabeth Conner Scholarship, B.L Lioness Scholarship; Santa Cruz, Cal Grant b; 
Kathyryn deFremery, Cal. Women for Agriculture Award; Oakleys Women's Club Edith DalPorto Memorial 
Scholarship; Patrick Emerson, Oliver Bascom Memorial Award; Anna Felipe, Flor Do Oakley Portuguese Scholar- 
ship; Jodi Finister, Shorthand Award; Cathy Franklin, Scholarship Cup, B of A Achievement Award; Charisse 
Frazier, Eddie Garcia Memorial Scholarship; Angle Gallegos, Daughter of the American revolution Good Citizen 
Award, LUHS Associated Students Leadership Scholarship; Ruben Garcia, Cal School Employ. Association Liberty 
Chapter #2^ Scholarship; Mark Giannini, John Philip Souza Award, Best Thespian of the year, B of A Achieve- 
ment Award; Richard Hart, Perfect Attendance 4 years Award; Sheri Heib, Dennis Main Memorial Scholarship; 
James Hopkins, Elks National Foundation "Most Valuable Student" Scholarship, Flor Do Oakley Portuguese 
Scholarship; Eric Hudson, Cal Grant B, LUHS Associated Students Leadership Scholarship, Class of 79 Active 
student Scholarship, Flor Do Oakley Portuguese Scholarship; Christina Jefferson, L.E.A. Scholarship; Olivier 
Jimenez, Cal Grant B, Los Charros Scholarship; Scott King, Best Thespian of the Year Award, B of A Achievement 
Award; Mark Lombardi, Perfect Attendance, 4 years; Johnny Looney, Amador/Livermore ROP Outstanding 
Achievement Plaque; Karen Marquez, Cal Grant B; Joel Martinez, Cal Grant B; Jose Martinez, Cal Grant B; Tavane 
Mason, L UHS Memorial Scholarship; Margarita Mercado, L UHS Memorial Scholarship; Holly Mikkelsen, Yearbook 
Athlete of the year. Class of 78 Active Student Scholarship; Antonio Narez, Cal Grant B; Thomas Patterson, E.C.C. 
Soroptimist Citizenship Award, Cal. Newspaper Publishers Award, LUHS General Scholarship; Craig Pederson, 
LUHS Science & Technology Scholarship, Brentwood Rotary Club Scholarship; Jil Peters, B of A Achievement 
Award; Donna Price, Edward and Elizabeth Conner Foundation Scholarship; Alfredo Rico, Delta Art Association 
Award, B of A Achievement Award, LUHS Memorial Scholarship; John Salluce, Charles Grigsby Memorial 
Scholarship; Pedro Sanabria, Cal Grant B; Louis Sanchez, Best Bandsman of the year; Steve Suniga, Delta Art 
Association Award; Shannon Thomas, Graves' Brothers Memorial Scholarship; Timothy Toon, Perfect Attendance 1 
year; Veronica Torres, B of A Achievement Award, LUHS General Scholarship; Kerry Trueman, B of A Achieve- 
ment Award, Marthe Vaissade, William Shakespeare Award, Best Thespian of the year Award, B of A Achievement 
Award; Lupe Vargas, Cal Grant B. Comite Civico Patriotico Scholarship; Susan West, Shorthand Award; Stacy 
Wilker, Delta Art Association Award; David Winthrop, Cal Grant A; Jeanne Wong, B of A Achievement Award, 
LUHS CSF Scholarship, Tom Milan Memorial Scholarship, Cal. Alumni Association Scholarship; Luz Zepeda, 
Shorthand Transcription Award, Cal Grant B. 

Finishing the school year was Graduation on June 11 that 6 p.m. on Ohmstede Field, as 281 seniors bid farewell to 
Liberty. Top Graduates were Tawn Berg, valedictorian, and Sharon Cochran, salutatorian, while Christine Board- 
man was student speaker. 

WALK WITH US THROUGH THE ACTIVITIES THAT WERE ENJOYED SO MUCH THIS YEAR. 



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Lorenzetti Earns Crown At Barn Dance 




TAKING tickets a/ the door at 
the Barn Dance is Mike Ma- 
honey. 



DAVID ROAMER and Roger 
Short take Sheila Bacchmi to 
hay pile. 



MIKE WHEELER and Clint Colburn 
carry Wayne Lynch to the hay pile. 



MARY HYLAND and Vicki Ma- 
drid carry a triend toward the 
piles ol straw. 




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JULIE BIDDLE gives Terri Lorenzetti a corsage. Terri Loren- 
zetti was this year's FFA sweetheart at the Barn Dance. 



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MIKE MURPHY (M.C.) talks to 
Campolindo's bottom 10 
Bettie. 



POSING with the king is last year's king, 
Dmo Melgoza and Paula Lorenzetti with 
Grand Marshall, Mr. Bill Snow. 



KING Ruben Garcia and queen, Wendy Ashby, and her court Char- 
isse Fraziec, Angie Gallegos, Shannon Thomas, and Holly Mikkelsen. 




GUARDIAN ANGELS Tern Lorenzetti and Julie Biddle 
sing to the football players at the Homecoming Rally. 



HOMECOMING'S Top Ten rock out to the sounds of the 
Liberty band before being escorted to their seats. 



FRESHMEN CLASS members show 
great enthusiasm during the Home- 
coming Rally. 




Garcia, Ashby Reign As Homecoming King, Queen 




wow. Look at all those babes decked out OUR teachers try to build a pyramid 
in tuxedos just before the rally on Home- on Ohmstede Field during the Home- 
coming Day. coming Events. 




JULIE KALINOWSKI Gia Gilson RUBEN GARCIA and Wendy 
and Paula Amerson lead cheers Ashby pose lor the photographers 
during the parade. on Homecoming Night. 



SURROUNDED by all ol the lootball teams, the top ten boys wait (or the King to 
be announced at the Homecoming Rally by the Grand Marshall, Mr Bill Snow. 





DEBBIE GEYSER and others show their spirit by singing the 
Liberty school song to conclude a line Homecoming Rally lor 
1981. 




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'Sweet Dredms' Sets Scene For Senior Ball 




SHANNON THOMAS sits on her date's lap, EVERYONE seems to be enjoying themselves 
Mike loksch, and enjoys herself at the Senior at the Senior Ball held at Golden Gate Fields 
Ball. in Albany. 





DANCING close togeth- TERESA WETZEL is 
er IS Jeanne Wong and shown walking in 
Eddie Philpot. with her date. 




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DIANE STRUNK and her date KICKING BACK after a few 
strike up a romantic pose while dances are Donna Price, Chuck 
slow dancing. Carman, Susan Smith, and Dan 

Lynch. 



JOHN SALLUCE and Janine Ornelas dance to 
the music being played by the band, Metro, at 
the Turl Club. 




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ENTERING the Soph-Hop-Ju- 
nior Prom Is Mario Osegurera 
and Audra Ribeiro. 



COUPLES enioy the slow dancing 
at the Sophomore Hop Junior 
Prom. 



MARK SHELL and his date receive 
leis at the dance. The theme was Fan- 
tastic Voyage. 



GLENN GROSECLOSE adjust 
Keith Thomas' tie just before taking 
pictures. 




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Miller, St. John Capture Soph King, Queen 




ENJOYING dancing is HUGGING this year's new 

Mark Giannini and queen, Shelley St. John, is 

i-j^jg iigg deFremery CANDIDATES TOP ROW - Mike Hiller, Dmo Orozco, Claude Ourthiage, Mario Osguera 

and David Hilburn. BOTTOM ROW Shelley St. John, Aimee' Vasta, Tom Campbell, 
Manette Joksch, Shelley Pmkston, announcing is last year's queen and king Tina Giunfoli 
and Clttl Graves. 

*"' ' 'f^ f *" •■< DANCING to the music of Marty Jay is this year's 

queen and king, Shelley St. John and Mike MiU- 




POSING together for pictures, is Mike Miller and Shel 
ley St. John, the 1982 Sophomore Hop King and Oueen. 



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Shepherd Is Honored As Star Chapter Farmer 




GLEN SHEPERD the FFA Reporter {or 1981-82 receives the coveted Star Chapter 
Farmer award irom his Advisor, James Plato at the annual parent-member dinner m 
May. 





KATHY DEFREMERY re- 
ceives her retiring presi- KERRY TRUEMAN, Mary Ann Hyland and Shannon Pierce 
dent plaque from Shelia help issue Chapter Farmer Degrees to members who earned 
Bacchini m the Cafeteria. them. 




OFFICERS for 1982-83, headed by Kim FFA MEMBERS serve the dinner to guests 

Leeper, president, pose for a formal picture at and farmers. The dinner featured barbequed 

GLEN SHEPERD receives his title and is told his the banquet. chicken and salad. 

obligations as next years vice president. 








STANLEY PERRIERA receives a Community Service 
at the banquet. For years Stan has helped barbeque 
at these dinners. 



PRESENTING Glen Shepherd with his Chapter 

Farmer Degree is member Mary Ann Hyland. iJ^^A ' 



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SHELIA BACCHINI presents Mr. Don Lo- 
pez a special gift for serving as advisor. 



HELPING with the awards, Shelia Baa- 
chini has a busy evening at the FFA ban- 
quet. 




PATRICIA ESPANOZA receives her Greenhand certificate from Shannon Pierce. The 
Greenhand certificate is issued to all first year Future Farmers of America members. 



FFA ADVISOR, Don Lopez, poses with Carmen Radetic 
and Kim Leeper alter dinner in the cafeteria area. 



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ENJOYING being high on Tom PAINTING the little boys 
Patterson s shoulders is a little whole face is Julie Gresho. 
girl. 



HELPING Daren Moore out, with balloons 
and other prizes is CSE member Teresa 
Grabner 





UNA RAMOS, the clown, paints a pa- 
tient little girl's face at the carnival. 



LOOKING unhappy and all alone is 
John Salluce, the lonely clown. 



DISHING m goldhsh into a JOHN COELHO'S sister whis- 
plastic bag lor prizes is Terry pers in his ear at the clown 
Glenn and Jell Bevill. board toss. 



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CSF Entertains Little Ones At Carnival 




lEFF BROWN and Daren Cornelius have 
some fun setting up ping pong balls and 
checking cork guns. 

LOOKING happy and alive is Shan- 
TOM PA TTERSON watches a little girl play non Thomas, with her two red and yel- 
happily with a big balloon at the carnival. low balloons. 




MIKE MAHONEY stretches CHRISTY JEFFERSON and Kim 
balloons lor Donna Price to Boudreau help man the prize 
blow up. booth at the carnival. 





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DRUMS-TOPROW: Pat Main, Roger Short, Mark Giannmi. 
BOTTOM ROW: Don James. Claude Ourthiague, David Rob- 
erts. 



WOODWINDS-TOP ROW: Richard Hmojos, Wallace Jones, Julie Kalmowski, Shirley Smith, 
Chris Gamino, Robin Pastor, Paul VonSchopp. SECOND ROW: LaDonnaLasher, Valerie 
Poerio, Tnna Bonham, Heidi Poertner, Kevin Morrow, Jenny Halladay. BOTTOM ROW: 
Melinda Sanchez, Julie Fisher, Melissa Bevill, Deneen Keeney, Laura Dessaussois, Kina Gray. 



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DRUM MAJOR Tom Patterson has the Liberty pep band 
playing m Stonebarger Gymnasium during a rally. 



BRASS-TOP ROW: Jim Frankie, Bill Davis, Kevin Brown. SECOND ROW: Louis San- 
chez, David Wmthrop, Ty Brown, Chris Berumen. BOTTON ROW: Desiree Short, 
Shelley St. John, Ed Knecht, Rick Carter. 



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Band Presents Light Show At Half -Time 







SAXOPHONES- Tom Patterson, Kevm Morrow, leU Wood, Esther Labdnon, Dennis BRASS-TOP ROW: Anthony Buckler, Tom Friday, Darren 
Combs, Jenny Barr, Ron Tiongo. McDaniels, Chris Boardman BOTTOM ROW: Brian Franklin, 

Judy Byers, Kip Patterson, Rick Gregorcyk. 




MR. ALLEN JONES directs the Liberty MARCHING down the field while Performing DRUM MAJOR Tom Patterson leads the band 
marching band during half-time of a home one of many songs that Liberty plays is the marching across Ohmstede Field for half- time 
game. marching band. activities. 



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Stuart Acts As Music Advisor, Director 




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TOP ROW: Greg Ernst, David Watt. Mike Murphy, Jeff 
Wasilchen. SECOND ROW: Mark Shell, Craig Linden, 
Chris Kresky, Marty Thomas, BOTTOM ROW: Tom Der- 
rick, Jason Neely, Chris Serrato. 



TOP ROW: Joanna Howze, Shelley St. John, Deneen Keeney, Jenny Barr, Donna Kollar, Advisor 
Susan Stuart. BOTTOM ROW: Katie Taylor, Lisa Marchi, Allison Kowalski, Tnsha Bello, Diane 
Kliene. 




JUST ARRIVING to school m the morning is Mrs. 
Susan Stuart, the music teacher and advisor. 



POP CHORUS: TOP ROW: Shern Strickland, Cindy Price, Kelley Tyler, Connie Lathrom, Marty 
Thomas, Mark Shell, David Watt, Jeff Wasilchen, Craig Linden, Tami Dickey, Chris Kresky, Mike 
Murphy. SECOND ROW: Donna Boyd, Pat Tuttle, Karen Randall, Christine Donahoe, Sherrie 
Reynolds, Barbara McKmney, Renee Jesson, Dannette Lunsford, Greg Ernst, Tom Derrick, Chris 
Serrato, Patti Hieb. THIRD ROW: Susan Smith, Barbie Hopper, Marsha Barr, Peggy Piazza, Teresa 
Frank, Audra Ribeiro, Denise Williams. Barbara Nelley, Dan Davis. BOTTOM ROW: Rhonda 
Allen, Paula Hanson, Sharon Holtsman, Tina Wood, Jason Neeley, Roberta Hawthorne. 



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ACCAPELLA-TOP ROW: Tami Dickey, Bonnie Lane, Joe Dale, Chris Boardman, Eric Hudson, 
Brian Franklin, Anthony Buckler, Pat Mam, Jenny Barr, Dave Roamer, Mike Murphy. SECOND 
ROW: Donna Koller, Marty Vaissade, Diane Kliene, Joanne Howze, Kim McLaughlin, Patty Hieb, 
RobSpence, Mark Shell BOTTOM ROW: Gayle Cloutier, Katie Taylor, Sally Duarte, Marsha Barr, 
Shelley St. John, Trisha Bello, Tina Cutino. 



POP CHORUS-TOP ROW: Karen Randal Patty 
Hieb, Sherrie Reynolds, Renee Jesson, Barbara 
McKmney, Tami Dickey. BOTTOM ROW: Ro- 
berta Hawthorn, Teresa Frank, Marsha Barr, Au- 
dra Riebeiro, Denise Williams, Barbara Neeley. 




CHAMBER SINGERS-BACK ROW: Brian Franklin, Deneen Keeney, Pat Main, Donna Kollar, 
Mike Murphy, Jenny Barr, Anthony Buckler, Advisor Susan Stuart. BOTTOM ROW: Lisa Marchi, 
Mark Giannini, Alison Kowalski, Scott King, Shelley St. John, David Roamer, Diane Kliene. 



AUDRA RIBEIRO, a pop chorus member who 
sings alto, warms herself up to sing a solo in the 
music room. 




MEMBERS of the Girls' Ensem- 
ble display Campolindo's Bot- 
tom Ten for Homecoming dur- 
ing the Homecoming Rally in 
Stonebarger Gym. 



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MR. LOU BRONZAN introduces 
Coach Jack Ferrill at the 49er's 
game. 



A SAN FRANCISCO 49er goes for 
a shot while #11 tries to block. 



MR MIKE SCHRADER is being 
guarded by a Forty Niner during a 
play. 



A 49ER tries to block Dennis Hit- 
chens, a Liberty player, from pass- 
ing. 




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it again to Liberty's 
players. 



MIXING UP the 
ratlle tickets is Holly 
Mikkelson. 




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Block 'L' Honors Ferrill At 49ERS Game 




MR. MIKE SCHRADER does his 
best to keep the 49ers from scoring 
a basket. 



JERRY MILLER, Roy Ghiggen, and 
Jack Ferrill discuss plays belore the 
game. 



COACH DENNIS HITCHENS 
avoids Mike Shuman and looks lor 
an open man in the key. 



GETTING ready belore the bas- 
ketball game starts, are the San 
Francisco 49ers. 




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Teachers, Staff Honored For 'ffelpmg Out' 




MR. JAMES ALVES is presented with an award ^RS. ROSE MARTINEZ, instructional aide, is 

by Mario Cabada as master ol ceremonies. Car- BULMARO NAREZ hands Miss Carolyn honored by the bilingual students and Ann Alca- 
men Cortez looks on. McNabb with a plaque for her help m math. zar. 




THANKING Mrs. Gayl Krumland for her help with MR. FRANK PA YNE is honored by Petar Loza at the PRINCIPAL LOU BRONZAN receives a pen set 
the bilingual program is student Alma Ortega m late dinner given by the bilingual students to thank those Irom bilingual director Lee Hernandez as Mr. 
^"^y- "^ho helped. Jose Alcazar looks on. 




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PRESENTING an award to Mrs. Sylvia McCormick is 
Gloria Castaneda at the Bilingual Honors Dinner. 



MISS BARBARA RUDE is surprised by Azteca 
Club members, Milagros Argueta, and Rosa Ma- 
ria Hernandez. 



SHARON RAMIREZ receives Ilowers (rom the bilin- 
gual parent advisory committee and Lourdes Alca- 
zar. 




ROSA MARIA HERNANDEZ shares a happy mo- 
ment with business teacher Rita Pirtle alter the 
awards were presented. 



MR ELLRIE VON SCHOPP watches Dr. Phil 
Devine read the inscription on his plaque alter 
dinner. 



JOSE RODRIGUEZ presents a plaque to Drivers 
Training and Education Teacher Mr. Gerald Hardt 
at the Honors Dinner. 




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Pldymakers Present ''Taming Of A Shrew' 



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who IS giving advice is James 
Tysinger. 



PATRUCIO talks to Gremis about TRYING to win Kathennes love the BRIAN FRANKLIN and Mike 
his problems dealing with Kather- best way he can, Patrucio proposes to Schubert argue over Marthe Vais- 
ine. her. sade as Bianca. 




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LUCENTIO tries to wm the KATHERINE is being sar- BAPTISTA MINOLA. Gremis, PLOTTING to get Bianca TAMING the shrew, Kathenne 
love of Bianca by talking to castic about the whole and Tranio laugh at Bianca. are Tranio and Lucentio. alias Jenny Ban, is Pat Main as 

her. thing. Patrucio. 




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Hudson Leads Students As President 




MA YOR OF BRENTWOOD, Barbara Guise, 
addresses the nominating convention. 



HOLLY MIKKELSEN and Shannon Thomas assist 
the delegates as they vote for president and vice- 
president candidates. 



ERIC HUDSON, this year's student body presi- 
dent, opens the nomination convention in Stone- 

barqer Gymnasium. 




LISA SMITH returns to her seat 
after accepting the nomination for 
vice president. 




STUDENT BODY OFFICERS: TOP ROW Chris Boardman. Commissioner of Publicity; Tom Patterson, 
Board Representative; Shannon Thomas, Commissioner of Justice; Holly Mikkelsen, Commissioner of 
Athletics; Christy Jefferson, Commissioner of Youth Council; Margarita Mercado, Rally Squad Com- 
missioner; Kevin Bell, Curriculum Committee. SECOND ROW: Cherie Chrislock, Treasurer; Allison 
Kowalski, Commissioner of Rallies and Assemblies; Mark Gianinni, Commissioner of Rallies and 
Assemblies; Jenny Barr, Curriculum Committee; Kathy DeFremery, vice-president; Eric Hudson, 
Student body president; Tavane Mason, Secretary. BOTTOM ROW: Lisa Smith, president of Pep 
club; Sheri Robbins, vice-president of Pep Club. 



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HELPING with the nomination 
convention are these student gov- 
ernment oHicials. 



FRESHMAN, Melissa Harty ac 
cepts the nomination for stu 
dent body secretary. 



KATHY DEFREMERY and Tom Patter- 
son consult with Eric Hudson at the 
start o{ the convention. 






ncfcz-ATc J c .u . ,L HOLLY MIKKELSEN helps with 

VbLtCjAlt, Lisa bmith casts the ,,.,,, , , . , , 

I I I , , , the tally board tor vice president 

votes tram her class tor president. , , , 

candidates. 



GIVING her acceptance ERIC HUDSON listens to 
speech tor vice president is Mayor Barbara Guise ad- _ 

Diane Kruger. dresses the convention. ,,4MW^'' 




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Mikkelsen, Colburn Garner Yearbook Award 




KATHY DEFREMERY receives the ANTHONY BUCKLER won the WINNER ol the Mexican Benevo- TOM PATTERSON accepts the Most 
California Women for agriculture Music A ward and McAlex Chavar- lent Association Scholarship is Ro- Valuable Staffer A ward from the Daily 
scholarship. ella Memorial Scholarship. salva Ceja. i edger. 




BRENTWOOD Women's Club Scholarship is CRAIG PEDERSON accepts a Science and 
presented to Class of '82 member Alice Adams at Technology from Chemistry/Physics teachers 
the Awards Assembly. Mr Dennis Buckley. 





VERONICA TORREZ receives 
a general scholarship Irom Mr. 
Vernon Noble. 



WITH A BIG SMILE, Chansse 
Frazier is awarded the E. Gar- 
cia Scholarship. 




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Berg, Bodrdman, Cochran Lead Graduates 




ERIC HUDSON smiles for Don Bdirros CLASS PRESIDENT, David Wmthrop WITH A FLAG over the gradu- ANNOUNCING the top senior, valedictorian 
shortly alter receiving his diploma. announces the senior's gilt to the ates, seniors receive their high Tawn Berg is Principal Lou Bronzan on June 

school m the amount ol $750. school diplomas. 11. 




THESE Class of 1982 boys share a SHOWING oil their new 
happy moment before graduation graduation shoes are these sen- 
ceremonies, lor girls, June 11. 



MR. VERNON NOBLE receives his HOLLY MIKKELSEN receives her diploma 
"diploma" and retires after 36 years from Mr. Joe Smith as Mrs. Doreen Forlow 
working at Liberty. looks on. 





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WAYNE LYNCH says the Imal JAIME DEFREMERY and Greg 

prayer to end the 1982 graduation Bryant share a moment before 

ceremonies. graduation. 



NANCY GEMETTI and Mickey 
Silva look pleased before 
graduation starts. 



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HOLDING HANDS, Holly Mikkelsen 
.-md Clint Colburn march onto the 
tield for graduation. 



TERESA WETZEL receives her diploma GRADUATION SPEAKER, Chris Boardman, addresses the Class of 

from Board of Trustees member Carolyn '82 and the guests on June 11. 

Timms. 



OPENING the graduation ceremonies 
with the invocation is Tom Patterson on 
Ohmstede Field, June 11. 




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Walk With Us Through 



CURRICUL UM 



There was change in the air with Liberty's curriculum. With the creation of a new management position of 
Director of Curriculum and the hiring of Ms. Marcile Wright, the curriculum came under observation and change. 

Staff members learned that "cycle" became a new by-word as each department would be looked at as to needs 
and improvement needed. 

This year the Art and Language Arts Departments were on cycle and spent numerous hours scrutinizing their 
classes and programs to see who, what, when, where, why and how the needs of the students would be best met. 

Two new department chairpersons were named. Replacing Mr Gerald Crawford in math was Miss Carolyn 
McNabb while Mr. Bill Batze took over in social studies for retiring Mr. Pete Springer. 

New faces to Liberty as teachers were Mrs. Bea Weborg in English and Gary Wilson in Industrial Arts. Mr. Mike 
Schrader became the new dean while both Mr. Art Gonzales and Mr. Rob Russel returned from leave. In the 
classified area, Evie McCord replaced Denise Zeiwas as duplicating operator; Loran Vetter was named as Title I 
Aide and two people were hired for yard supervisor, Carol Ernst and Carlene Colburn. In Adult Ed. Alta Murphy 
became Mr. Roy Ghiggeri's new secretary while Bev Wilson was hired as a secretary to Mr. Bill Snow for SIP. 

There were a number of staff members who left Liberty during or at the end of the school year. They included Mr. 
Dale Cozby who retired and moved to Missouri; Mr. Vernon Noble and Miss Barbara Bonnickson, both of who 
retired; and Mr. Ted Ferenc, Mr. Ron Overton and Mrs. Sue Ch urchill who moved on to other areas or occupations. 

Keeping busy with numerous planning meetings, Mr. Snow guided the SIP program through its second year as 
change continued to take place on campus. 

In Language Arts, Mr. Dick Hackett, Mr. Russell, Mrs. Eunice Campbell and Mr. RoUo Lewis held a writing 
workshop for parents to help them better understand what their children were doing in English. UNDERCUR- 
RENTS, containing literary efforts by many students was published and sold while Mr. Russell's English classes set 
up magazines for each class. 

The Art Department, in addition to curriculum review, had students paint a mural in the gym and decorate 
windows of Brentwood merchants at Christmas time. 

Because of a curriculum change for the Class of 1985, Mrs. Norma Riccobouno, Mr. Snow and Mr. Batze spent 
countless hours working on a new course. World History, that will be implemented in the fall 

In the spring the Board of Trustees announced a major revision in the administrative make-up of the school. The 
dean and assistant principal positions were eliminated. Added were two vice-principals, a head counselor and a 
combined Athletic Director and Director of Student Activities positions. 

WALK WITH US THROUGH the curriculum and visit with our staff at work and play 



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MR. ROBERT GLENN explains the 
function o{ math lab to board of trus- 
ties member, Mrs. Janet Berumen, as 
assistant principal Vernon Noble and a 
legislative aide look on. 



ALT A ACKERMAN 
Counseling Secretary 



JAMES ALVES 

A.B.. Spanish IB, 2, 3. 



JULIE ARCE 
Counselor 



KAYEAXELGARD 
B.S., M.S., Coed P.E, Block L Advisor, UBT, Ath 
letic Director ■ girls 

WILLIAM BATZE 
A.B., Class of 84 Advisor, Annual Staff Advisor, 
Ticket Supervisor, Yearbook Society Advisor, So- 
cial Studies Department Chairman, Current 
World Problems, Federal Government, U.S. His- 
tory 



ROBIN BECK 
Register 



JERRY BLACK 
B.A.. Biology A and B, Math resource. Junior Ad 
visor, Varsity Baseball coach 

BARBARA BONNICKSON 
R.N., B.A., Health Services 

LOU BRONZAN 

B.A., M.A., Principal 




150 



Glenn Conducts Tour Of Math Lab 




EUNICE CAMPBELL 

B.S., English Skills 2, Resource Teacher 

BILLIE CASEY 

Administrative Secretary 

AMELIA CHAVEZ 
Bilingual Secretary 



ERMELINDA CHAVEZ 
Bilingual Aide 

SUSAN CHURCHILL 

B.S., P.E., Beginning Art, Class ol '84 Advisor, 
Varsity Volleyball 

BARBARA CLARK 
Cafeteria Director 



DALE COZBY 

A.B., Intro. & Adv. Wood 

GERALD CRAWFORD 

B.S., Algebra, Algebra 2A, Geometry 

KEITH DA WSON 

Masters, P.E., Head Coach Track, Cross Country 



FRANK DEPARSIA 

A.A., B.A., Math IB, Individual Study 

PHILIP DEVINE 

B.A.. M.A., Theatre Arts, English 2A, 3AW, Play- 
makers Advisor 

JUDY DYE 

Transportation Secretary 



151 



Coaches Play Against 49ers In Benefit Game 



RON ENOS 
A.B., Math, Introduction Algebra 

THADDEUS FERRENC 
B.A., M.A., Journalism Club, Liberty Bell Advi- 
sor, Journalism, Federal Government, Psycholo- 
gy, Sociology 

JACK FERRILL 

M.A., Coed P.E., P.E. Department Chairman 



DOREEN FORLOW 
A.A., B.A., M.E.D., Social Studies, Work Study, 
Study BE, Resource Specialist, Senior Class Advi- 



BILL FORTNER 

Executive Secretary 

SUE FORTNER 

B.A., M.A., Psychology, You and the Law, Typing 
I, Student Director, Activities Advisor 



CINDY GALEY 
Fiscal Technician 

ROY GHIGGERI 
B.A., P.E, Adult School 
Coordinator, Director ot 
Athletics, Block L Advisor, 
Junior Varsity Basketball 
Coach 



JEANNIE GLENN 
B.S., M.S., Child 
Development, On Your Own, 
Beginning Chei, Needle 
Craft, Single Survival, Junior 
Class Advisor 

RICHARD HACKETT 
B.A-, English lAW, 2A. 3A. 
Department Chairman 





Ex-Liberty players and coaches join forces against the 49ers on 
March 6 m the Stonebarger Gym. 



152 




ELAINE HERRERA 
Cafeteria 

JEANETTE HOBART 
Teacher Aide 

ALLAN JONES 

B.M., MM.. Band Club Advisor, Math, Instrumen- 
tal Music, Marching Band 



PAULA KAPLAN 

B.A., M.A., Written Expression, Reading Compre- 
hension, Peer Tutoring 

WANDA KEENEY 
Financial Clerk 



SCHATZI KOWALSKI 
Instructional Aide 



GAYLE KRUMLAND 

A.B., Beginning and Advanced Clothing, 
Interior Decorating 



153 



ROY KRUMLAND 

A.B. Typing I & II, Clerical Of lice Practice 

WANDA LATHROPE 
Chief Accountant 

DEMISE LINDSAY 
Projects Secretary 




JANICE LINDSA Y 

Instructional Aide, Math IB, Athletic Director Sec- 
retary 

DON LOPEZ 

B.S., F.F.A. Advisor, Large and Small Animal Sci- 
ence, Introduction to Agricultural Science, Life 
Science, Physical Science 

JOSE LOPEZ 

Lunch Supervisor 



SYLVIA McCORMICK 

Migrant Education, Instructional Aide 

NANCY McLAREN 
B.A., Spanish lA, IB, French lA, 2A, 3A, CSF. 
French Club Advisor 



JOHN MEYER 

A. A., A.B., General Science, 
Wood, Jewelry, Drafting 



154 



Weeks Helps Keep Campus Running Smoothly 




JERRY MILLER 

B.A., M.A.. U.S. History, P.E., Varsity Boys Basket - 
ball. Varsity Girls Softball Coach 

DEWEL MORGAN 
A.B., Director of Special Education 

LUCILLE NERBY 

C.S.E.A. Vice President, Special Education Aide 



VERNON NOBLE 
B.A., M.A., Assistant Principal 

PAULETTE PARSONS 
Career Center 

FRANCIS PA YNE 
B.A., Shorthand, Typing I, Business Math. 



WILLIAM PETERS 
B.A., Beginning Art, Advanced Art I & II, Painting 
and Drawing I, II, III 

JAMES PLATO 

B.S., Agriculture, Math. F.F.A. Advisor, UBT. SIP 

MARTH QUESADA 

School Clerk. Rally Squad Advisor 



LOU RACKE 

A. A.. B.A.. Home Design. Drafting. Metal Shop 

LUCY RENTUMA 
Migrant Aide 

BRIAN ROOFE 

Director Maintenance & Operations 



155 



BARBARA RUDE 

B.A., M.A., Bilingual Resource Specialist, Aztet 
Club 

CAROL RUSSELL 
A.B.. M.A., Aide Committee 

ROBERT RUSSELL 
B.A., English lA, 2AW, English Skills 2 



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way to art class. 



BEVERLY SADLER 

B.A.. Reading I A. Reading Skills 

MARY SANCHEZ 
Cafeteria 

MICHAEL SCHRADER 

B.S.. M.A.. Dean ol Students 



WILL/AN SNOW 
B.S., M.A., Federal Government, Psychology 

KA THERINE SORENSON 

A.B., M.L.S., C.S.H., Library Clerk, Textbook 
Clerk 

SUSAN STEWART 
B.A., Choir Club Advisor, Chamber Singers, Girls 
Ensemble, A Cappella Choir, Pop Chorus, U.S. 
History 




156 



Mr. Peters Shares Feelings For The Day 




SANDRA THOMAS 
Cdleterid Assistdnt 

GRETCHEN TOVAR 
B.A., Spanish 11, English, Remedial English 

ALFRED VALVERDE 
M.A., Resource Teacher 



TERESA VILLA 
Secretary I, Attendance Secretary 

ELLRIE VON SCHOPP 

A.B.A., B.S., M.S., English Skills II, III. Senior Eng- 
lish, Rem. English, 1982 Advisor 

CHRIS WEBER 
B.A., 1985 Advisor 



BERNICE WEBORG 

A.A., B.A.. English Skills I 

DORTHY WEEKS 
Yard Supervisor 

BERVERLY WESTBERRY 
Teachers Aide 



LUCY WONG 
Accountant 

MARCILE WRIGHT 

B.A., M.A., Director at Instruction 



157 



Ads Index 



A & A Auto Parts-162 

A & W-167 

A bar Relngera t ion- 164 

Ace Hardware- 161 

John Allen & Don Piantinida-164 

Alpine Packing Co.- 163 

American Trophies- 161 

Antioch Auto Toggery- 196 

Antioch Cycle Accessories- 1 80 

Antioch Flonst-165 

Antioch Medical Group- 164 

Antioch Opticians- 171 

Antioch Parts Depot- 193 

Awards Etc.- 163 



B 

Bales Bait & Tackle- 165 

Bank of Agirculture & Commerce- 165 

Bank oi America- 196 

Bartlett T. V.-166 

Mr & Mrs. William C Batze-197 

Beasley Electric- 181 

Benehcial Finance- 173 

Berry's Pastry- 165 

Bethel Island GoH Course- 173 

Bicycle West- 165 

Big O Tires- 172 

Booster's Club- 170 

Boyd Real Estate- 166 

Bill Brandt Ford- 164 

Brentwood Auto Parts- 177 

Brentwood Dental Building- 181 

Brentwood Disposal -165 

Brentwood Draperies, etc-166 

Brentwood Furniture- 181 

Brentwood MuHlers-182 

Brentwood News- 171 

Brentwood Pharmacy- 172 

Bridgehead Cale-173 

Byer's Auto Body Repair-180 

Byer's Auto Care-174 



Dairy Queen- 197 

Delta Dodge Chrysler- 197 

Delta Travel Advisors- 173 

Delta Volkswagen-Mazda- 169 

Diablo Agricultural Chemical Co.- 187 

Diablo Farm Equipment- 175 

Diablo View Florist- 169 

Don's Distributing- 189 



Dr Elcenko-168 
Enea's Dairy- 179 
Enos Real Estate- 180 
Erickson Petroleum - 1 76 



Fabtech Electronics- 189 

Fairview Chevrolet- 195 

Famous Fashions- 176 

The Fancy Flower- 197 

Farm Bureau Inc.-Wally Partridge- 182 

Farmers Insurance Group- 197 

Fidelity Savings- 184 

Fisher Craft, Inc.- 189 

Flippo's Pizza- 195 

Ron's Foster Freeze- 196 



Gene's Village Deli- 163 
Goodyear Tire- 187 
Green's TV and Stereo- 185 



H 



H & M Auto Dismantlers-191 

Hair Depot- 192 

Hair Encounter- 171 

Dr. Frank Hann-176 

Health Hut- 185 

Robert Heaton Real Estate- 176 

J. P. Hernandez Real Estate- 171 

Hilsons-179 

Honey Sweet Donuts-176 

Preston & Jacqueline Hopkins- 197 

House ol Le- 1 74 



Lamondo's Mexican Food -192 

La Plaza Restaurant- 190 

Dennis & Joanne Lee Optometrists- 160 

Lee's Market- 193 

Liberty Area Child Care, Inc. -160 

Liberty Drug- 180 

Light Soda on Tap- 163 

Lone Tree Drive Inn- 180 

Lone Tree Medical Center- 185 

Lory's- 185 



M 



M & L True Value Hardware- 
Hal Matson/Don Barros-178 
Mayer's Jewelers Inc.- 192 
Dr Daniel A. McCurtain-194 
Montgomery Wards- 163 
Moody's- 161 

Mt. View Food Center- 195 
Myer's Cabinets- 161 



N 



Napoli Pizza- 189 

New Round Up Restaurant- 162 

Normans Nursery- 161 



Oakley Builder's Supply- 196 
Oakley Pharmacy- 163 
Okies Oddities- 184 
The Old Hardware Store- 182 
The Old Pizza Factory- 169 
Olsen's Flower Shop- 184 



The Paint House- 184 
Palace Sporting Goods- 197 
PantelTs Antioch Music Box-197 
Pittsburg Wholesale Grocers- 184 
Powerhouse Records- 187 
Donna Price- 197 
Prim Rose- 188 



California Delta Newspapers, Inc.- 160 

Dr. Callaway- 166 

Capri Beauty Salon- 197 

Caramiho Produce- 166 

Carol's Custom Draperies- 1 73 

Casey's Body Shop- 179 

Central Bank- 174 

Centre Mart- 186 

China Gates- 181 

Columbus Travel Agency- 177 

Confucius Restaurant- 191 

Copper Kettle Deli- 1 93 

Cottage Florist- 174 

County East Mall- 179 

William B. Cox Real Estate- 168 

Crabtree Engineering- 197 

Craft & Tea Shoppe-187 

Carl Cross- 171 

Curtis, Broderick & Cinquinil96 

A Cut Above- 182 



International Sausage Shop- 179 



Jalisco s- 1 74 

James Fine Men's Apparel- 189 

Dr. Jeffry-174 

Jiffy Foods- IW 

Joel's Auto Body-197 

Johnson's Lumber- 187 



K 



Keep U Neat Cleaners- 160 
Ken's Bad Boy Market- 160 



Rainbo Bread -193 

Reflections of the Past- 193 

Rico's Pizza- 177 

Rock Bottom Records- 190 

G. Rose & Sons Glass Co.- 193 

Dr Richard F. Rye-192 



Sandtrap- 1 77 

Sandy's Ceramics- 1 88 

Self Service Furniture- 187 

Shannon Auto Parts-185 

The Shoe Inn-182 

Horace J. Siino-177 

Silvera Lumber Co. -172 

J V Stallings-182 

Stamm Theatres- 183 

State Farm Ins.- Jim Lanter-188 



158 



State Farm Ins. -Walter Reinke-172 
Sudweeks Construction- 181 
Super Styles- 181 
Swenson's Ice Cream Parlor- 197 



T & ] Feed, Farm & Pet Supplies- 1 72 
Thompson Photographer- 184 
Three Nunn's Farm -190 
Tri Delta Transit- 185 
Twin Rivers Insurance- 197 



Unisex Hair Station- 168 
U.S. Navy Recruiting- 169 



Van Gal- 169 
Video Visions- 172 



OUIPMENTCC 




Congratulations Class of "82" 



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OPTOMETRISTS 


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(415)757-5112 






2598 County East Mali 

SomersviUe Rd. 

Antioch 



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CHILD CARE, INC 

Day Care and Pre School 
Delta Community Services Center 



Brentwood 
634-2022 



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Than meets the eye . . . 

We tell you about national and world problems and local 

community events. 

We give you sports results, entertainment and restaurant 

news, money saving coupons, TV tips and school reports. 

But we also give you the real story behind the facts. 

Why an event has happened and how you will be 

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Delta News 
757-2525 



The Pittsburg 

Post Dispatch 

432-7336 




Ken's Bad Boy 
Market 

Choice Beef at its Best' 
'"Where Service is King' 



Brentwood 



639-3245 



160 



J.D. Gotten 
Keep'U'Neat Cleaners 

First-Rate-Not-Cut Rate 

Fast Service-We operate our own local plant 

Bulk Dry Cleaner 

Deluxe Cleaning & Pressing 

Clothes Last Longer 

When Dry Cleaned 

Hours-7:30-6 Mon.Fri. Across From 



Sat. 91, Closed Sun. Antioch Shop Center 



1815 A Street 
Antioch 



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Jenny ViUareal, Ann Schendel 




701 Walnut Blvd., Brentwood, CA 94513 



(415)634-3201 



L & H Paint • Sprinkler systems 

Lawn and Garden • Housewares 

Gifts • Electrical • Plumbing 

Sewer, Drain, and Water Pipe 

Gates • Fencing • Builders Hardware 



Mon.-Sat. 8:30-5:30 
Sun.- 10:00-4:00 



Norman's 
Nursery 

On Highway 4 



Brentwood 



634-4961 




Moody's 

BOAT PROPELLER REPAIRS 



HELIARC 
Marine Machine Shop 



Bob Bowen 
Owner 



6385 Bethel Island Road 

Bethal Isaind Ca 94511 

Phone 684-2703 



PHONE 634 4379 




W^eu ' QaSittet6 



DOUG MYERS 



1142 HIWAY 4 

PC BOX 796 

BRENTWOOD. CA 94513 



New Round Up 
Restaurant 

1884 "A" Street 




Susan Smith, Gregg HochderHer 

American 
Trophies 



* All Star Garment Lettering 

* Trophies * Wall Plaques 

* Medals * Pins & Ensembles 

* Ribbons * Desk Sets 

* Gavels * Name Plates 

* Jackets & Badges 



Antioch 



7542255 



Custom Engraving 

including Plastic 

Embroidery Emblems 

For 

Jackets-Uniforms- 

Bowling Shirts 

by ALL STAR GARMENT 

LETTERING 



A & A Auto Parts 

Highway 4 Brentwood 

One of Contra Costa's Cleanest Auto Dismantlers 

We Sell Used Parts 24 Hour Towing 



Jenny Villareal, Kim Betz 



634-1188 



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AUTO PARTS 



NEW USED REBUILT 



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Oakley Pharmacy 



Oakley Shopping District 



625-2752 



Oakley 



COMPLETE LINE OF GOURMET FOODS 



GENE'S 



Village Delicatessen 
Caterino 



1516 A Street Antioch. California 

Levio at Elsie Lommardi 757-0'412 



'!ftW^'i 







Ann Schendel, Jenny Villareal 



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Trophies - Plaques - Ribbons - Gifts 



Engraving Done on Premises 
Specializing in Photo Engraving 



200 G Street 

(415) 754-4.eSe ANTIOCH. CA 94S09 

2 DAY SERVICE ON MOST ORDERS 

U^tnnii. &[ -Loultz lf\xe.iku - (Dtunxii. 




ALPINE 

PACKING 

COMPANY 

Telephone 
(209) 477-2691 




625 CHENERY STREET 
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIF. 94131 



WHOLESALE 
BUTCHERS 

SAUSAGE 
MANUFACTURERS 

350 Wakefield Rd. 
Stockton Ca. 95210 



Montgomery 
Wards 



2658 Somerville Road 



Antioch 



754-1100 



BILL BRANDT FORD The PncG Fighter 




FORD 



in 



Brentwood 
1245 Hwy. 4 



Diana Brandt, Ann Schendel 




Telephone 754-4141 



Antioch Medical Group 

Family Practice Preventive 
Medicine 



Jerome R Stewart, DO. 
Barry K Saltzman, DO. 
Edward Redbord. D O 

Office Hours 1111 "A" St. 
9:00 A.M. to 6:00 P.M. 
Antioch 




JOHN MOREY ALLEN 

Attorney at L^w 

Donald A. Pianlanida 



ATTORNEY AT 1_AW 



425 Oak Street 
(•415) ea^-SSVI Brentwood. CA 94513 



S.C.L No. 177122 



B.E.A.R. No. 30119 



Abdr-Refrigerdtion & Air Conditioning 
Co. 

Contractor's - Engineer's - Installer's 

Domestic ■ Commercial - Industrial 

Sales - Service 



LEE F. •■REX" REXROTH 



1420 Tenth Street 

Antioch. CA 94509 

757- 1014 & 757-2280 




Complete Tloral Senice ■ IVeddiniii and }unerals 
rlanls' i^tfti n Ihiiiifs 

(415) 757-3525 



FL^IST 

^a^PLANTERY 



Bev Massone 
Mildred Blumberg 



1880 "A ■ blret't 

LUCKY SHOPPING CEMCR 

Antioch, tA 94-109 



Bales Bait & Tackle 

Fishing - Hunting Licenses & 

Info. 

Bait - Tackle - Coffee & 

Donuts 
Beer - Soda - Cigarettes 

757-3852 

Hiway 4 & 160 



BanK OF 



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Compliments And Best Wishes 
To The Class Of '82 
Member Of F.D.LC. 

740 First Street Brentwood. CA. 634-2111 



Jenny VillaresI, Kim Betz. Ann Schendel 





MEXICAN 
FOOD 

FAMILY ATMOSPHERE \"/f"Jirl'^ 

FINE WINES ^cnnn^ 

IMPORTED MEXICAN BEER ^^"^ 

LUNCHES - DINNERS ^p^^ ^ ^^^S 

1 1 A.M. TO 

FOR FOOD TO GO o n ^ 

V P. (VI. 



754-6556 



2500 SYCAMORE DRIVE ANTIOCH 



BICYCLE WEST 



Quality Bicycles 

754-4844 



3676 Lone Tree Way 
Antioch, Calif. 
(Raley's Center) 



Randy Allen 



RALEIGH 

NISHIKI 

BMX Headquarters 






M.m 








61B WALNUT Bl_VD. 

Phone 634-1123 



Sebastien Ourtniaque 



Brentwood Disposal Service 

Yard Trimmings - household Rubbish Removed 



P.O. Box 304 

BRENTWOOD. CALIF. 94813 



165 



Brentwood 
Draperies, etc. 



Congratulations Class Of '82 



653 Walnut Blvd. 
Brentwood 

Walt Newman, Johnny Manscal 



634-3630 




WE SERVICE ALL MAKES & MODELS 
SALES RENTALS 

BARTLETT T. V. 

240 OAK ST. BRENTWOOD, CA. 94513 



PHONE 
634-2163 



DR. MINOR D. CALLAWAY 

PROFESSIONAU CHIROPRACTIC CORPORATION 



BY APPOINTMENT ONLY 
PHONE (415) 634-1141 
PHONE (415) 634-1142 



218 CHESTNUT STREET 
BRENTWOOD, CA 94513 



Congratulations 
Class of '82 



166 



Real Estate Investments 



CARAMIHO 




6170 Bethel Island Road 
Bethel Island 
P.O. Box 96 



Randy Allen, John Scruggs 



684-2276 



Produce Co, 



Congratulations 
Class of '82 




Brentwood A&W Rootbeer 



335 Oak Street 
634-3492 



Jenny Villareal, Kim Betz, Anne Schendel 



Brentwood 
Open 10-10 





COMPLETE WESTERN SUPPLY 

•BOOTS-ACME. JUSTIN, DINGO, TONY 

LAMA, DAN POST 
•MINNETONKA MOCCASINS 
•BAILEY, STETSON, MILLER, AND 
AMERCAN HATS 
•LEE WESTERN APPAREL 
•WRANGLERS 



HATS STEAMED AND SHAPED 

Kenny Roger Collection-Suits, Coats & Shirts 

WINNERS CIRCLE-WESTERN WEAR 



1657 A St. 



757-0202 



Antioch 



WESTERN AUTO 
ASSOCIATE STORE 



James E. Collins 
Owner 



Congratulations Class of '82 



235 Oak Street 



Brentwood 



634-4363 




Kirn Betz, Jenny Villareal, Ann Schendel 

If it has anything 

To do with Reai Estate 

Coil us at 634- 1 165 

857 Hwy. 4, Suite A 
Brentwood 




YOUR HEALTH 



THRU CHIROPRACTIC 



DR. NOBLE O. ELCENKO 

A CHIROPRACTIC CORPORATION 
(415) 754-6868 

2800 Lone Tree Way • Antioch, Calif ornia • 94509 



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^TJnisex Hair Station 




CUSTOM HAIR DESIGN 

659 RAILROAD AVKNUE 
BRENTWOOD, CA 94514 



HMMA HERNANDEZ 

(415) 634-6136 



Mon.-Sat. 9:00-4:00 
Thurs. uniil 6:00 



DIABLO VIEW FLORIST 



Flowers Whisper What Words 
Never Say 



FLORIST TRANS WORLD DELIVERY SERVICE 

1925 D Street, Antioch 
757-4636 





DELTA VOLKSWAGON/ 
MAZDA 



3100 Delta Fair Blvd. 
Antioch 

Phone: 757-6040 



dzAZD 



VANGAS 



Brentwood 634-3740 

P.O. Box 545 

Hwy. 4-Delta Rd. 

Brentwood 



Tank Sales-Tank Rentals 

Appliances-Washers, Dryers, Heaters 

Water Heaters, Take-out Furnaces 

Gas Appliance Service, Put in 

LP Carburetors 




Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. 

Eighteenth And A Street Office 
Antioch Telephone 757-5140 






ETC GARY R. EVELAND. USN 

U.S. NAVY nccnurrcn 

NAVY RlC«UlTINO STATION 

3700 DILTA FAIR SLVD. 

ANTIOCH. CA. S480S TBI. (^15) 78.*-3iat 

aoo-e4i-aooo tou. mu 




THE 
OLD PIZZA FACTORY 

John & Margaret 
Stoker 



141 1 Highway 4 

Brentwood, CA. 

(415) 634-3127 



169 




The Liberty LIONS Booster Club would like to thank all the following people for all of their support 
for the athletic teams. 



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Bernadette Adams 

Mr. & Mrs. Jack Adams 

Mr. Tom Allen 

John Morey Allen 

Bill & Carla Ambrose 

Hugh & Loretfa Armstrong 

Richard Armstrong 

Mrs. Margaret Baude 

Paul Barnes 

Bill Baughman 

Homer Beasley 

Curt & Betty Bell 

Jo Berg 

Robert Berhnn 

Mrs. Janet Berumen 

Mr. & Mrs. Dave Biddle 

Janice Blewett 

Robert Boehrer 

Bill & Barbara Brandt 

Brentwood Cleaners 

Brentwood Rotary Club 

Mr. & Mrs. Bill Bristow 

Don & Leota Burnett 

Jack & Roberta Byer 

Lenny Byer 

Mr. & Mrs. Frank Cabral 

Dr. Minor Callaway 

IDottie & Kit Carpenter 

Penny Carvajal 

Mike & Carl Casey 

Mel & Grace Caywood 

Mr. & Mrs. Nicholas Chavarella 

Chiquita Market 

Jerome Chrislock 

Jan Christianson 

Ray & Mary Diann Coelho 

Mr. & Mrs. Tim Collins 

Jane Crockett 

Donna Cunningham 

Joe Cunningham 

Curtis, Broderick, & Cinquini 



Mr. 6i Mrs. John deFremery 

Ernest Dejesus 

Susan Dejesus 

Mr. Lewis Ditiey 

Joe & Kay Duarte 

Mr. & Mrs. Stanley Emerson 

Craig Emmons 

Martin Enos 

Joyce Enos 

Larry & Paulette Enos 

Louis & Charlene Enckson 

Joe Everard 

Louis, Arlene, & Lory Fernandez 

Ron & Karen Fisher 

Charlotte & Wayne Fuhrer 

Judy Gammo 

Roy & Angela Ghiggen 

Ken Grundstat 

Jim Graves 

Joe Gray 

Clark & Wanda Groseclose 

Vince & Barbara Guise 

Jay & Judy Gunder 

Mr. & Mrs. Roy Gursky 

Warren Haase 

Lee Hammond 

Fay Hanson ^^^^ 

Jack Harrison "^^^^t 

Mel & Georgie Harrison '^^^H 

Mr. & Mrs. George Hart 

Greg Hart 

Bill Hastings 

JoRita Hastings 

Mr. & Mrs. George Henry 

Emma Hernandez 

Kane & Nancy Hisatomi 

Wesley & Minnie Hix 

Preston & Jacqueline Hopkim 

Mr. & Mrs. Hunt 

Mr. & Mrs. Arlie Joksch 

Mr. & Mrs. Alexander Kemp 



ix3veccnio 



Jim & Helen Knowles 
Walter Kuzmin 
Sue Lago 
Lee & Jane Laird 
Barry & Diane Lasher 
Norman Lazar 
Jerry Lilley 

Lion's Club-Brentwood 
Maurice Lodge 
Mr. & Mrs. Bruno Lombardi 
Fred & Alice Lorenzefti 
Richard & Debra Lovecchio 
Mr. 6r Mrs. Randy^ 
Hugh Mahoney 
Frank Martin 
Esther Martinez 
John & Joanne Mass 
David B. Matheson 
Bill & Shirley McCall 
Mr. & Mrs. Dan Mcl^m 
Dwight & Carla Meadows 
Rose Mendoza 
Henry & Gladys Mercer 
Mr. & Mrs. Ray Michelotti 
Scott MiUer 
Nancy Moore 
Mr. & Mrs. Sheldon Moore 
Wayne Morris 
Bill & Helen Myers 
George Nunn 
Ray Nebergall 
Judy O'Kane 
Sebastian Ourthiague 
Joan Pace 

Mr. Si Mrs. Robert Palladino 
Wallace E. Partridge 
Bob & Charlotte Pastor 
Laurette Perry 
Sherri A. Peters 
Alan Peterson 
Mr. & Mrs. Charlie Pringle, Sr. 



Katrones & Redman 

Edward Rocky 

Rodrigues & Curtis 

Roxanne 's Hair Studio 

Dennis & Etta Sanchez 

Jess Santos 

Judy Schneider 

Dallas Sexton 

Leonard & Tom Shannon 

Horace J. Siino 

Harry 6/ Diane Simoni 

Mr. (S Mrs. Bill Simpson 

Darcy Shafting 

John & Carol Slatten 

Jerry & Michele Smith 

Joe & Stan Smith 

Ken Smith 

Paul & Virginia Smith 

Soroptimist Of E.C.C.C. 

Ed & Lynette Stack 

J. V. & Dorothy Stallmgs 

Gerry Stanton 

John & Margaret Stoker 

Frank Stonebarger 

Gene & Ruth Stonebarger 

Fred & Evelyn Stornetta 

Mr. & Mrs. Jerry Thomas 

Dan Thompson 

Jim & Carol Timms 

Keith Treichert 

Lloyd Vaughan 

Mr. & Mrs. Jim Vesey 

Jim & Marilyn Wadnizak 

Sandra L. Washburn 

Ron & Nancie Westhorpe 

Phil & Bilhe White 

Larry & Sandy Wilgenbush 

Dick Young 

Mel Young 



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Off. Pfione; 754-3110 
Res. Phone: 625-2668 



CARL CROSS 
Agent 



415 G' Street 

Antlocfi, California 94509 



Jack P. Hernandez 
Licensed Real Estate Broker 



1456 Highway 4 
Brentwood, Ca. 94513 



Area Code 415 

Office 634-4113 

Residence 634-4517 




ANTIOCH OPTICIANS 

Over 1,000 Frames to Choose From 

Industrial Safety Glasses 

Contact Lenses the Same Day 
One Year Free Insurance 

Photo Sun & Polaroid Sunglasses Made to 
Order 

757-1761 • Emergency Repairs & Adjustments 

Raley's Center 



9 to 6 Weekdays 
9-1 Sat. 



No Appointment Necessary 
State Licensed 




Walk In Or Appt. 



Featuring 
RK/Redkin Products 



HAIR ENCOUNTER 

Styling 
Regular Cuts 



MEN AND WOMEN 



Call For Appointment 
634-8990 



355 Oak St. 
Brentwood 



Ann Schendel, fenny Villareal 




"Brentwood TVews 



Tom and Sam Matthews, Publishers 

Published Thursday at Brentwood, 

Contra Costa County, California 

Office: 654 Third Street at Oak 

Mailing Address: P.O. Box 157 

Phone: 634-2125 



CONFUCIUS 

RESTAURANT 

HOURS 

Tues.-Fri. 11-9 Sat. Noon-9 

Sun. 3-9 - Closed Monday 

Private Rooms Available 

Phone: 634-5400 

1446 Hwy. 4, Brentwood Plaza Center 

(Formerly Continental Chinese Restaurant) 




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ILVERA 



LUMBER 
CO. 



P.O. Box 218 
ANTIOCH, CALIFORNIA 94509 

since 1939 
Lumber Building Materials Hardware 
Pre-Cut Fencing * Floor & Ceiling Tile 

Decorating Dept. ♦ Garden Supplies 

Plywood ♦ Plumbing Supplies 

Roofing * Electrical Supplies 

Light Fixtures ♦ Pre-Finished Paneling 

Paint & Wallpaper * Masonry Products 

Bathroom Vanities * Custom Fire Screens 



Monday Thru Friday 8-6 Sat. 8-5 
Sunday 9-3 



757-2900 

223 Railroad Ave. 



sr*rt rOM 



But.: 757-6600 
Ret.: 757-1101 



WALTER H. REINKE 



516 Wett 4tti StfMt 
Antloch. Calltomla 94509 




Brentwood Pharmacy 



316 Oak Street 
Brentwood 



Phone 
634-2156 



Julie Gresho 



BIG O TIRES 



412 East 18th Street 
Antioch 



Telephone 
757-6420 




T & } Feed, Farm 

and 

Pet Supplies 



TIM ROACH 
JAMIE WEBB 

172 



1203 SOMERSVILLE ROAD 

ANTIOCH, CA 94509 

(415)754-4771 





Movies 

Rentals 

Sales 

Acceitories 


DeWayne & Judy O'Kane 
(415) 634-6171 


Regency Station 

659 Railroad Ave. 

Suite A-2 

Brentwood, CA 94513 



BETHEL ISLAND 

PUBLIC GOLF COURSE 




Gateway Road (Drawer D) — Bethel Island, CA 94511 
Telephone (415) 684-2654 
BILL CONNER, Manager 



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BENEFICIAL FINANCE 
SYSTEM SINCE 1914 

BENEFICIAL FINANCE CO. 

Ot Northern Caldornid 

County East Mall 

2676 Somersville Rd., Antioch, CA 94509 

Phone: 757- 5170 

ROBERT N. DAVIS 
Senior Manager 




A Cut Above 

For Men And Women 




Tues.-Fn. 9A.M. 6P.M. 
Sat 9A.M. -5P.M. 

Appointment Not 
Always Necessary. 

We Sell And Service 
Men 's Hair Pieces. 

Individual Hair 
Styling. 

Across Parking Lot From 

Handyman 

3021 Delta Fair Blvd. 757-9935 

Antioch 



Carole's dstom 
draperies 



625-0866 



HWY 4 A lOLTOM RO.-KANCW PLAZA. OAKLEY 

lulie Gresho, Randy Allen 




BRIDGEHEAD 
CAFE 



OPEN 5 A.M. -10 PM. 

EVERYDAY 

SEE OUR BRAND NEW 

DINING ROOM 

LUNCH & DINNER 

HWY. 4& 160 

ANTIOCH 

DALLAS SEXTON- 

MGR. 



(415)757-4774 

OUR 
BREAKFASTS 



ARE 
WORTH 

ABOUT! 





DELTA TRAVEL ADVISORS 

659 RAILROAD AVE., SUITE B2 

BRENTWOOD, CA 94513 

(415) 634-3542 

Muriel Marylo Randys 



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C*ar Ccv^ 



371 North HIway4 

Brentwood, California 
94513 

415/634-2526 



Jack Byer 

Owner 



Cottage Florist 



Floral And Gifts 

1412 "A" Street, Antioch 
757-2373; 757-9262 

Bob and Mary Franchetto 

Mary Thomas, Randy Allen, Julie Gresho 





Mary Thomas, Susan Smith, Gregg HochderHer 



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CENTRAL BANK 

OAKLEY SHOPPING CENTER. OAKLEY. CALIF 94561 



VICTORIA NELSON 

LOAN OFFICER 



(415) 757-6000 
625-2211 




Phone 415 757-9100 



GERALD J. JEFFRY, D.D.S 

INC 

ORTHODONTICS 



1205 A Street Antioch, California 94509 



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HAROLD J. FERTADO 
^:^HOUSE OF LE 



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REAL ESTATE 



311 Oak Street 
Brentwood 
634-4112 



WE HANDLE ALL YOUR 
REAL ESTATE NEEDS 



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MLS 



DIABLO FARM 
EQUIPMENT 



John Deere Farm Equipment 

And Consumer Products 

1237 Highway 4 

Brentwood 

634-3578 



Kim Betz, Jenny ViUareal, Ann Schendel 





QUIPMENTCa 



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HONEYSWEET DONUT 
SHOP 

1410 Hwy. 4 Brentwood 

Roy And Irene Wickune 

Congratulations Class Of "82" 



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ROBERT 
HEATON 

Res. 757-7310 



REALTOr 

ROBERT HEATON REAI_ ESTATE 



1219 A STREET 



Antioch. CA. 94B09 



757.7700 



Phone 415 757-6900 



Frank M. Hann, D.D.S., Inc. 

ORTHODONTICS 



2225 Buchanan Road, Suite F 
Antioch, CA 94509 



ih-e. A.p«-cialUy A-t<n« vjK-ei-e t^au'i^e. ^p-e-cicit. 



2nd & G Streets 
757-4600 



Antioch, California 94509 



176 



ERICKSON 
PETROLEUM 
Company, Inc. 

Distributer, Mobil 
Oil Products 



P.O. Box 698 

Brentwood, Cal. 94513 

634-3154 



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Julie Gresho, Randy Allen 



(415) 757-3643 



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Susanne C. da Silva '^t^(i^ 

Managtr 



Complete Travel Arrangemenis by 

Air. Sea or Land 

for Individuals or Groups 



W. SECOND & G STS. • P.O. BOX 655 • ANTIOCH. CA 94509 



Congratulations Class Of 82 

Sandtrap 

On The Golf Course 



Gateway Road 



Bethel Island 



BEST WISHES 
CLASS OF 82 

Horace J. Siino 

Attorney at Low 

634-3111 

1322 Highway 4 
Brentwood, Calif. 94513 




You've tried 
the rest. Now 
try the BEST. 



361 2 Looe Irtt Way - A«loch, CA 94509 
Te)ephone(415) 757-3080 




Kim Betz 



BRENTWOOD AUTO PARTS 

1387 HIGHWAY #4 
BRENTWOOD, CA 94513 
PHONE: 634-3952 or 634-4450 



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WILSON BROS. 

SINCE 1957 

Open: Mon - Sat. 



QUALITY AUTOMOTIVE 

PARTS — AUTO, TRUCK, TRACTOR, AND MARINE 



PATRONIZE 

THE 

ADVERTISERS 

OF 

OUR YEARBOOK 



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hal matsofiy inc. 



DON BARROS - Photographer 

13S7 BUCHANAN ROAD / PITTSBURG, CA 94565 / (415)432-8000 



HILSON'S 

Clothing For All The Family 

WE OFFER GOOD PRICES, 
QUALITY, BEST SERVICES 



Hours 9:30 AM to 6:00 PM 

Wed. & Fri. 9:30 AM to 9:00 P.M. 

Closed Sunday 

Antioch Square-Antioch 757-7330 

4 Ways to Charge-RcvolvomaticMastercharge-Bankamericard- 

Old Fashioned 90-120 Days 




RYSTAL 




lulie Grecho, Gregg HochderHer 

CREAMERY 

437 ' O" St.. Antioch. Calif 
Telephone 757-3640 



ENEA DAIRY DELIVERY 

INDEPENDENT DISTRIBUTORS 



realf / farm fresh cfairy foods! 



TED ENEA 




HOME OF THE 6 
FOOT SANDWICH 



HICKORY SMOKED BBQ 




CATERINO 



Ken Dear, Owner delicatessen 



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We don't mean 
to brag but. . . 
FACTS ARE FACTS/' 

County East /Hall is East 
Contra Costa's largest re- 
tail shopping center. With 
easy freeway access, plenty 
of free parking and over 50 
unique shops, you'll find 
shopping at County East 
not only convenient but 
also enjoyable. 

At County East Mall we 
really are . . . ideally yours 




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COUNT Y t AST MAI L Ul- f ICE /'j4 ',.'30 
Admmisi'.itior. 8, L<?dsM..| Idtor m.iti.Mi 



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Casey's Body Shop 



Mike Casey 



Carl Casey 



634-2211 



1142 Hwy. 4 



Brentwood T7S 




C|0| SCOOTERS HODAKA 

MOPEDS MOTORCYCLES 



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Antioch Cycle Accessories 

716 W. 10th STREET • ANTIOCH, CA 94509 
PARTS& ACCESSORIES 



PEUGEOT 
MOPEDS 



ED HEARN 
DOUG GARFIELD 




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Ann Schendel 




1452 HIGHWAY 4 
BRENTWOOD, CA 94513 

(415) 634-2141 



Ranches 



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Commerical 



Investment 



ENDS REAL ESTATE 



Ronald J. Enos 
Broker 



MLS 

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REALTOR 



359 Oak Street 
Brentwood, CA 94513 



Bus (415) 634-4611 



180 




Jenny ViHareal Ann Schendel 



LONE TREE 
DRIVE IN 

Lone Tree Way 



Brentwood 



634-4629 





A Complete 
Body And 
Paint Shop 

BYER'S 

Auto Body Repair 




Jim Carlin, Manager 
634-3198 



1377 Hwy 4 
Brentwood, CA. 94513 



Clinton W. Sud weeks 



General Contractors 

Floating Structures 

Commercial - 625 2927 

Residential 634-3922 

339 A Brownstonc Road, Oakley 



Jenny ViUareal 




KAItME '9m-cuf 

SELF DEFENSE 7VD0 

• PROGRESS «I YOUR OWN RATE 

. SPfCIAL CLASSES EOR WOMEN & CWIDREN 

• Ul IIMATE IN PHYSICm CONOlIIONiNG 

• UNIVERSAl WEIGHT GYM 

CHINA GATES 

SCHOOL OF SELF DEFENSE 

OPEN AAor Fr, 5PM 9PV SAT VAM NOON 

S 757-8783 r@ 

Before SPM Coll 635-2645 
6nW.9TH^o„^„jANTIOCH 



(415) 634 4671 




3e<uUjf Siecttie 



HOMER i HOYLE BEASLEY 



44 SYCAMORE AVE 
BRENTWOOD. CA 94513 




li^eHi4Afoad ^H^^ulufi^ 



COMPLETE HOME FURNISHINGS 

CARPETS • FURNITURE • APPLIANCES 
TV • STEREO • DRAPERIES 



Montgomery Wards 
Catalog Sales 




613 First Street 
Brentwood, CA 94513 



Vince and Barbara 

1415) 634-4480 



Brentwood Dental 
Building 

62 Oak Street 



Ronald D. Henson D.D.S. 
Inc. 



Brentwood 



634-3503 



SUPER STYLES 
Barber Shop 

Centra Mart Center 

1428 Brentwood Pldza 

Hiqhwdy No. 4 



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Also Specializing In Brakes, Tune Dps 



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Owner- Jim Pederson 

205 Oak St. Brentwood 



634-2200 



CUTINO'S 



TIRE CENTER 
625-2765 



FEED 8c SUPPLY 
625-2200 



Feed For All Animals 

Complete Car, Truck and 

Tractor Tires 



500 Main Street 
Highway 4 



Feed & Supply 626-2200 
Tire Center 625-2765 



Oakley 



J.V.STALLINGS 

REAL ESTATE 



James Whitey Stallings 
Dorothy Stallings 



Associates 




Jenny Vilkreal, Randy Allen 




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RfAlTOR 
MLS 



FARM 

BUREAU 

INSURANCE 



Hfe - health • auto - liability • fire 



655 Walnut Blvd. 
Brentwood 



634-2176 



Wally Partridge 
Agent 

90A Village Dr , Brentwood. CA 94513 
BusiiMM Phone: 634-1194 Residence Phone 634-1215 

CAL-FARM INSURANCE COMPANY CAL-FARM LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY 




THESHOEINN 

DONNA CUNNINGHAM — PROPRIETOR 

Located at the New 
REGENCY STATION 



NIKE'S for the whole family. CHEROKEE'S, 
NATURALIZER'S, BARE TRAP'S and many 
other brands for the ladies. The popular TOP- 
SIDER leisure and boating shoes for both men 
and women. We will have a wide selection of 
BACK TO SCHOOL shoes for the kids! 



*'OLD FASHIONED SERVICE 
QUALITY & VALUE" 

HARDWARE 

CA-mxm. poumt • McCloskey VARNISH & STAINS 
PLUMBING SUPPLIES 

ELECTRICAL - GARDEN - POWER TOOLS & ACCESSORIES 



634-3355 



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OPEN 8 5 30 
MON THRU SAT 



OAK & RAILROAD AVE., BRENTWOOD 



629 1-IKSl SIRLtT • BREM TWOOD. CA 945 13 



BRIDGEHEAD DRIVE IN STAMM THEATRE 
CAMPANIL CINEMA & METRO 



Bridgehead 757-4114 
Campanil 757-5560 



SEE A MOVIE TONIGHT 



Stamm 757-2303 
Metro 778-0900 



Julie Gresho, Randy Allen 



Mary Thomas, Donna Price, Randy Allen, Susan Smith, Julie Gresho, 
Gregg Hoch derlerr 





Julie Gresho, Randy Allen 



Thompson 




634-3588 



%vaits 
Outdoor Coiuah 
Cojyiibrt 
Seniors 



'^eddinqjs 

'Masters 
Oramoy 



m 0ak6t hrcmuxod.Ca. '^M 



the paint house 

Auto - Home - Industriau 

ditzuer - fui_uer - du pont 

Sinks & Devilbiss Spray Equipment 



DENNIS MURPHY 



1524. ''A" STREETT - ANTIOCH, CALIFORNIA 84509 

(•415) 757-2838 



Pittsburg 

Wholesale 

Grocer Inc. 



Congratulations Class of '82 

Joe and Louise Drenik 

1051 Los Medanos Street 

Pittsburg 



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Teresa Marchal 

Branch Manager 
Astisunt VIca Preddant 



FidelHy Savings 

Fidelity Savings and Loan Association 
1203 Highway 4, Suite C 
Brentwood, California 94513 
415 634-2161 



Jenny ViUarael 




OLSEN'S 
FLOWER SHOP 




625-0529 



3710 Lone Tree Way 
Antioch, Ca. 94509 
754-8900 



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Raley's 

Shopping 

Center 



OKIE'S ODDITIES 

112 Main Street 
Oakley 

Okie And Nonie Vaughan 



OAKLEY 
SHANNON AUTO PARTS 



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American Parts 

Open 8 to 6 P.M. 
Sun 9 to 1 P.M. 



Whole Sale-Retail-Foreign & Domestic 
High Performance Parts 

* Doug's Headers * TRW 

* Miller Tires 

* Offenhauser 

* Holly * AC * Champion 

Complete Front End Alignment Services 

Machine Shop Service 
625-3532 

502 Mam St. Oakley 



Did you know there are 
3 types of transit for you to use? 

1. BART EXPRESS 

2. LOCAL ROUTES 380, 381 & 382 
3 DIAL-A-RIDE 

For information about tfiese services 
Call: TRI-DELTA at 754-6622 




lulie Gresho 



LORY'S 

225 Main St. 

Oakley 

625-4539 





SALES - SERVICE 



1^ Q'^nv I. STEREO 

(415) 757-1111 (415) 757-5355 



KEN DUNCAN 

Sales/service Mor. 



2500 SYCAMORE DRIVE 
ANTIOCH. CA 94S09 



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Kim Betz 



Brentwood 



LONE TREE 
MEDICAL CENTER 

Dr. Abe Kaplan 
Dr. Hugh V. Maiocco 



'^^ ^ THE 

HEALTH HUT 

Complete foo(d & nutrition center 

Natural Foods 

Herbs 

Books 

Dairy Products 

1634-53611 



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634-3513 



220 Odk SL 



Brentwood 

185 



Susan Smith. Mary Thomas, Gregg Hochderffe 



Cent O Mart 

First & Chestnut 634-3601 

Hwy. 4, Brentwood 634-4435 

Hwy. 4, Odkley 757-4414 






TKe Crs^t aniTeaSRopjpc 

737-3/60 

2500 SYCAMORE DRIVE - ANTIOCH, CA 94509 



DIABLO AGRICULTURAL 
CHEMICALS CO. 



DEWEY DE MARTINI 



Hwy. 4 
Brentwood 



634-3593 



Power House Records 
and Tapes 



Ann Schenddl, John Scruggs 




ROCK/NEW WAVE/SOUL & DISCO/JAZZ/COUNTRY/POP 

'Rock T-Shirts. jerseys, hats 'Unique Cards 

'Jewelry, Posters. Buttons 'Decal Stickers 

'All accessories to fit your needs 

music makes the perfect gift-so. come in 
and see us! We are located at: 



236 Oak Street 
Brentwood 



Telephone 
6342290 




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Johnson's 
Lumber & Hardware 



Electrical and Plumbing 
Supplies 



Highway 4 & Delta Road 
634-3665 



Mdry Thomas 



Self Service 
Furniture 

Convenient Credit Terms 
Free Delivery Anywhere 

The Store That Pays You 
For Waiting On Yourself 



No matter how much they've got, 

most people have no objection 

to savmg money. 




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Antioch 



Phone: 757-3121 



Retail 



Wholesale 



Classes 



Sandy'g Ce/tamics 

238 Oak Street 
Brentwood, CA 94513 



Sandra L. Washburn 



(415) 634-5141 




priiii 

The latest m fashion 

and hairst^jfino 

^20 W Second St 
Dow ntown An- hoch 



776'Cntn 




HARDWARE STORE *^ 

M & L True Value Hardware 

Marine & Sporting Goods 

Highway 4 & Cypress Road 
Route 2, Box 393 



^^^ Oakley, CA 94561 ^^^^J^ 



(415)625-1373 

R,^n,iy AUpn. Gregg Hochderlter 





For insurance call 



JIM LANTER 

Agent 



220 Oak Street 

Brentwood, California 94513 



Off: (415) 634-5025 
Home; (415) 754-3007 



STATE FARM INSURANCE COMPANIES 
HOME OFFICES: BLOOMINGTON, ILLINOIS 



188 



Electro-Mechanical MFG. Prototype 

ELECTRONICS 
ON SITE TECHNICIAN 

FABTECH 

729 Walnut Blvd. 
Brentwood 
634-2444 



Don Conn 
General Manager 



Don's 
Distributing 

P.O. Box 269 
Stockton 




Phone 757-1055 



AT ANTIOCH SQUARE 

FINE MEN'S APPAREL, INC 



TOM FRENCH 
1653 A Street - Antioch, California 94509 



Randy Allen 





Donna Price, Julie Gresho, Susan Smith, Mary Thomas 



NEAPOLITAN A SICILIAN 
PIZZA A SPECIALITY 
NEW YORK STYLE 



EAT IN OR TAKE OUT 
PH. (.415) V57-5933 



NAPOLI PIZZA 
Pasquale Romano, Prop. 



ITALIAN Dinners 

SUBS - HOT OR COLD 



301 E. ISTH STREET 
ANTIOCH. CA. 94509 



POST OFFICE BOX 304 



JIFFY FOODS 

741 Second Street 
Brentwood 



the ultimate 
houseboat 



Fisher 

Craft 

29 

(415)634-1186 



TED R. HANBERG 
PRESIDENT 



BIXLER RD. AND HWY. FOUR 
BYRON, CALIFORNIA 94514 



NuhnS 

Farm 



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IMILE NORTH OF BRENTWOOD - HWY. 4 AT SUNSET ROAD 

Phone 634-4822 




LP's • Topes 
Tape Coses) • 45's 

• Posters 

• T-Shirts 



1811 "A" STREET • ANTIOCH, CALI FORNI A 94509 



Bus. 757-7766 
Res. 625-2538 

Donna Price, Mary Thomas 



RICHARD ARMSTRONG 
Owner - Monoger 





Gregg Hochderller, Susan Smith. Randy Allen, Mary Thomas 




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MEXICAN 
FOOD 

AUTHENTIC 

ffitX/C44r 

fOOO 



FAMILY ATMOSPHERE 

FINE WINES 

IMPORTED MEXICAN BEER 

LUNCHES - DINNERS ^p^^ ^ ^^^S 

1 1 A.M. TO 

FOR FOOD TO GO , « o ^ 



754-6556 



2500 SYCAMORE DRIVE ANTIOCH 



H & M Auto Dismantlers, Inc. 

USED PARTS AND TOWING 

HIGHWAY 4 AND BROWNSTONE ROAD 
(BETWEEN OAKLEY AND BRENTWOOD) 

P.O. BOX 565 

BRENTWOOD, CA 94513 

PHONE (415) 625-2753 




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Randy Allen, Mary Thomas, Julie Gresho, Donna Price, Susan Smith 



Lamondo's Mexican Food 



2327 Buchanan Road 
Antioch 



Telephone, 
787-1201 



DR. RICHARD F. RYE 

OPTOMETRIST 



PHONE: 757-0465 



1205 'A' STREET 
ANTIOCH, CALIF. 94509 




No 10 S Lake Dr , Suite 4, Antioch, Ca , (415) 757 5290 



192 




Randy Allen, Julie Gresho 






JEWELERS INC. 




516 Second Street-Downtown Antioch-757-1404 
2601 Somersville Road-County East Mall-757-7227 



LEE'S MARKET 

GROCERIES, MEAT, FRESH PRODUCE BEER & WINE 
WE SPECIALIZE IN CUTTING FREEZER BEEF 



PHONE 634-3019 



HIGHWA Y 4 AND SUNSET RD. 
BRENTWOOD, CA 94513 



BILL & BETTY BRITTAIN 



754-2238 



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^ OAK & BRASS FURNITURE "^ 



2655 SOMERSVILLE RD. 



ANTIOCH, CALIF. 




BAKING 
QUALITY 

BREADS 

& 
PASTRIES 







Copper Kettle Deli 



311 Oak Street 



AUTO PARTS Be ACCESSORIES 



ANTIOCH PARTS DEPOT 

FOREIGN & DOMESTIC 

Complete Machine Shop 
open 7 days 



Brentwood 

lohn Scruggs, Jenny Villareal 



634-2818 



TED BALUARD 

OWNER 



2010 "A" STREET 
ANTIOCH, CA. 94S09 

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G. ROSE & SONS GLASS CO. 

230 Chestnut Street Brentwood, CA 94513 




George Rose 



AUTO & WINDOW GLAZING 

PLATE GLASS, MIRRORS 
TABLE TOPS 

Pick-up and Delivery 

(415) 634-5609 



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Dr. Daniel McCurtain 

Chiropractor 



Somersville Plaza 

2400 Sycamore Dr., Suite 18 

Cathy Franklin 



Antioch, CA 94509 
754-6780 




Kim Betz, Cathy Franklin 




Flippo's 

Italian Style Spaghetti, Ravioli 
Other Fine Foods 

11 a.m. -9 m. Sun.-Thurs. 

11 a.m. -11 p.m. Fri, Sat. 

Closed Wednesday 

Rick Pruneau 

Owner 

Phone 684-2880 

6252 Bethel Island Road • Bethel Island, CA 

Jenny ViUareal. Ann Schedel, Kim Betz 






Donna Price, Susan Smith, Mary Thomas, Julie Grecho, Randy Allen, 
Gregg Hochderler 




isdrvKw Chevrolet 

lOth & Somersville Rd. Antioch 757-0211 




Ann Schendal, Jenny Villareal, Kim Betz 



Mt. View Food Center 



Hwy. 4 and Lone Tree Way 
Brentwood 



195 



634-3400 



Aniioch's Finest 

RON'S FOSTER'S 
FREEZE 

Food and Retreshment Center 

"Best Dressed Burgers in town" 

COMPLETE FOUNTAIN SERVICE 

Open Daily 11 to 11:30 En. & Sat. Til Mid. 

400 East 18th St. Antioch 957-6441 

Gregg Hochderlerr, Mary Thomas, Susan Smith 



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REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS SINCE 1948 



TOM BRODERICK 

BROKER 

Res Phone 757391 1 

Jenny Villareal, Ann Schendal 



1305 Highway 4 
BRENTWOOD, CA 94513 

(415) 634-3508 




PHONE 7571141 






antioch auto toggery 

COMPLETE AUTO UPHOLSTERY 
TOPS«SEATS«PANELS»CARPETS 

Custom Interiors 



130 Railroad Ave. 
Antioch 




BANK OF 
AMERICA 

241 Oak St., 
Brentwood 

634-3561 



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Oakley Builders' Supply 

READY Mix concrete - SAND - ROCK 



(415) 625-2358 
24-HouR Answering service 



HENRY MERCER 

OWNER 



Highway 4 - P.O. Box 196 - Oakley. CA 94561 



196 



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THE FANCY FLOWER 

Flowers for All Occasions 

2317 BUCHANAN ROAD NO. D 
ANTIOCH, CA. 94509 
PHON&.778-3010 




RENE PACE 
ANNE ROSE 



FARMERS 

INSURANCE 

GROUP 




Joe Riley 

Sales Representative 



857 Second St., Suite 3 
Brentwood 
Bus. 634 1171 
Res. 757-8751 



Auto • Fire • Life 
Commercial 



Patrons 

Mr. & Mrs. Willidm Batze 

Capri Beauty Salon 

Crabtree Engineering 

Dairy Queen 

Preston & Jacqueline Hopkins 

Joel's Auto Body Shop 

Palace Sporting Good, Jnc. 

Donna Price 

Swensen's Joe Cream Parlor 

Twin Rivers Insurance Inc. 




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Aufo Stereo Tape Sales 
Largest in Area 



PANTELL'S 
ANTIOCH MUSIC BOX 

EXXON SERVICE 

407 & G' ST. 

ANTIOCH, CALIF. 94509 



Phone 757-6618 

Juhe Gresho, Susan Smith 



GEORGE N. PANTELL, JR. 



Ann Schendal, Randy Allen 



Oodga 



CMRTSUR 



Delia Dodge Chrysler, Inc. 



LENNY BYER - OWNER 
(415) 634-3516 



754 RAILROAD AVE. 
BRENTWOOD. CA. 94513 




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Dodge Heads CSF Group For '81 -'82 




CSF: TOP ROW- Charles Haase, JeH Brown, Daren Cornelius, Kim Boudreau, Katara Sims, Julie Gresho, Donna Price, Ken Reynolds, Valerie 
Poerio, Rob Brandt, John Coelho, Steve Everard, Nancy McLaren, advisor. SECOND ROW- Georgia Clark, Sharon Cochran, Pam Barbe, 
Desiree Short, Kip Patterson, Una Ramos. THIRD ROW- Bill Davie, David Diaz, Christie Jefferson, Teresa Ramos, Carmen Kauhestani, Gina 
Andronico, Tricia Bello, Leslie Grivet, Teresa Grabner, Shellie Edhng, Olivier Jimenez, John Salluce, David Carver, Jeff BeviU, Alana Roderick. 
BOTTOM ROW- Tawn Berg, Suzan Ernst, Sena Shanti, Mariann Salluce, Dawn Riley, Nancy Hall, Marni Russell, Jeanne Wong, Paul Dodge, 
Julia Arce, advisor. 



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Thank You' To Those That Help 




ASSISTANT EDITOR, Kim Betz. 
mugs one for the yearbook photog- 
rapher at the Barn Dance. 



YEARBOOK ADVISOR, Bill Batze, 
chats with Mrs. Sue Churchill on 
Homecoming Day. 



ANN SCHENDEL heads over to 
Baize's room lor annual stall work 
dunng Homecoming. 




I owe a lot of Thanks to a lot of people. To the counseling 
office for all the times we needed something, to Mrs. Billie 
Casey and Mrs. Billie Fortner for all the questions answered, 
to Evie McCord for the use of her machines, to the custodians 
for cleaning up our "little" messes, to all the teachers who 
allowed students out of class, and a special thanks to Mr. Bill 
Snow for not being upset about all the times I was late to first 
period. 

I wish next year's staff a lot of good luck; especially next 
year's editor-in-chief, Kim Betz, and the two assistant editors 
Melissa Batze and Chris Brown. 

A special note of thanks goes to our "new" yearbook pho- 
tographer Don Barros. He did an excellent job replacing Hal 
Matson and learning our needs and then helping fulfill them. 1 
hope the '83 staff works well with him. 

MR. BfLL BATZE is owed one huge "Thank you" for put- 
ting up with me and all my staffers and all the little stunts we 
pulled which included hanging, hiding, and throwing Gar- 
field in the garbage can. 

Sincerely, 
Donna Price 
Editor-in -chief 



EDITOR ol the LION '82 yearbook. 
Donna Price smiles at the Barn 
Dance. 




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Rdndy Allen 


Photographer 


Melissd Batze 


Sports. Activities 


Kim Betz 


Assistant Editor 


Chris Brown 


Classes, Sports, Photographer 


Cathy Franklin 


Ad Editor 


Richard Grahn 


Photographer 


Ken Hobbs 


Photo Editor, Photographer 


Gregg Hochdedt 


er Sales, Sports 


Brooke Jensen 


Sports 


Jana Johnson 


Curriculum 


Joycelyn Matison 


Classes 


Donna Price 


Editor-in-Chief 


Chris Roberts 


Artwork 


Laura Sanchez 


Classes 


Rene Sanchez 


Classes 


Anne Schendel 


Sports 


John Scruggs 


Sales, Photographer 


Stephanie Silva 


Sports 


Katara Sims 


Curriculum 


Susan Smith 


Index, Typing, Collage 


Mary Thomas 


Activities 


Tina Cutino 


Classes 


Mary Guerra 


Classes 


Bill Batze 


Advisor 



"HELLO WORLD!" John Scruggs provided 
some good photography and even better hu- 
mor to keep things relaxed. 



MARY THOMAS looks up with a startled 
expression as Chris Brown talks with the 
advisor. 




RANDY ALLEN an excellent 
annual stall photograph, kicks 
back. 



This years staff was basically a ' 'greenhorn " group. All of the members 
were either first year or second year members, even the editor and 
assistant editor had only been on staff two years. 

We started out with a large group who chose the blue cover and the 
tip-on with the theme "Walk With Us Through ... " This year we did 
carry the theme out from the title page to the closing. 

Because of a lack of money, our staff was forced to put the seniors in 
black and white and we went with a stock cover and end sheets. 

Our group dwindled down to just a handful who finished up the book. 
Most of the staff were a dedicated group. Aside from the teasing and 
throwing everything insight including Garfield, we worked hard on the 
yearbook. 




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Dedicated To 



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It IS not the normal practice for the LION yearbook or 
any part olit to be dedicated. But it is not the usual thing lor 
an individual to dedicate 36 years ol his life to a single 
institution. So it is with great love and consideration that 
we, the ANNUAL STAFF OF LION '82, dedicate this page 
to an outstanding educator who has given us so much. We 
salute you Mr. Vernon C. Noble. 




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